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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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"n at their hospitable' hume ,rumphnentary I TUESDAY: roII" ;- i l"o l TiiiMliix nuinunn with the ie- i "I'i HMIIIISI 1 ilu I -1'11..1, .h.ntir.. for. the .p ,

i tu Mis Jul- lilt that Ilanlv Prawn, colored 1, i ix town pasted li\. th!' list !IcunlaUire., ;

imlerhl, formerly Miss :'lildl'tduests :Right of'a.' oomplK: i"l1--" ,,,.,,. dead, ami l John \\'II.hilllolttln, his as.sail.tnt The 1 text of tills chattel' \\'Ilpublish- x

ulinu! are likely to cause delay in the I also! colored, is in Jail, to nn- ed! In the Telegraph some. time ago, 4 !:

',' >{ enjoyed the following improvement of the Brooker "\\-'dl'l"eJ'C." I seer for hm clime nt the full term of and those who took enough interest '

ming musical program: I G. I the i ircuit court.Tl in the mutter to real it, believe Its
road.
Sends Little Gift of Roses,, The trustees had planned SI
"i a .,. purlieu had quairol about n Adoption, wotiM In' a good thing for
Florence i to have this road to be the first j ndt'VPhysicians /
"f the l\Iomin-lIIiss; ; : woo in Early. Tuesday' iiioimng they the town. This dllll'h'Is not Intended -

'. news. : of the lateral roads completed mot :,iiul after some wor.ls'n.h.- to supersede any alu-ady existing. ,'

.1 the Waters of Minnetonku, At I under the Adams-E\ana Company iiui' n '''-1.\11\'' filing at Brown with a for, strange to elate, Staikchas never '

S 'img-Mm. A. Z. Adkmsisnskmiri contract, and I the contractors .a:U iilihio, levolvcr Duo bulletnil yet hud n clmrter.Tl'o '

Song, Becausa I Love I II the( chest and 'bin'tor IH intended. to
started a small force at' J I I. the funs ono ,proposed i :
i Miss Hilda Struth. I I # oar ,pi'iii.trated the abdomen.oid I make the! town government Independent
work : but ob-
Little Miss; Lou Adkins. Monday morning,
Heading,
\\ was Kent to the nhenir's of. of staticontrol' and to enable S
fh<. shower of gifts were presented, jection has been male to giving are and, ti.> Or. Midd'eton. $11t'I'ill'l the citic-iu to. make, any improvements

ittle :Misses Hazel Adkins and, I right of way by 1 Ies;-rs. J.V. Kpperiton Deputy Balsden, Hr.l fit id-. they, with without, getting the

>ia Barrett, of Jacksonville, who I're\att, Jas. Kite, L. A. Wynn I die-ton, Jcidire. Jreen(: tutu others went Icirlfttatuio'ii |"c>rmisnion to. do m'>. This '

mersonuted, the Gold Dust Twins. :II and A. U. Brown, who own property to flu}no, th,' slu'iilT otticcrs making in ..obviously step in the right .direc j '
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,.\i the close of a delightful after-! I I detour to the road 1 camp to !borrow tionVo have been in leafing, strings '

i ,un the hostesses served fruit punch II I between the junction with I 'I" of the bloodhounds( kept (hero. : long enough, mid paternalism should 1

UK(! cake. I the state road and the town of i In : The wounded man had to lie brought tint bi, toleratt'd anv longer! A* the

1 Graham. Their objections are Optimistic tn .Starke, and, all returned: except barter/ rnrries the proviso that suchxeitlons I, '

so pronounced that the trustees I II I IeputBaisdeil. who. wished to arrest In it ni hey In- found laterto

NATIONAL I I will probably have to resort to Chance For Early RecoverySan I. the shooter, hut had 1 not yet su<'. not work smooth. mil' be hanged,

I needed in doing; HO. At 1 1 p. m Washington there cannot. be tiny harm In n,(opting -
condemnation proceedings to secure -
I \ cattle buck to (111)1111, when tin
I a legal title to the right of Francisco, AUK 1-- their been pas ed and that the prea- :Mr. lbsIS'!1.-ti nested, him and lodged -- .. _._-

POLITICS I way. This proceeding lequiresseeral president seemed certain of recovery.idcnt well on the road to reeovbiirrini him in the county jail.

months to through ; unforseen developments inerydded. to this was the doclarn- .
go I The wound In the abdomen. provedfatal NEGRO IS
I his illness, or the equally improbabletion from an authoritative source I '
the courts, and as the contractors mil, Brown died stun after his
increase in hh present ones. that the only reason for concern over
arrival in tal'k.plm.sdIlY' mom ;
STIRRING would not care to jump Brig. Gen. Charles E. Sawyer, chicfthe president's condition was bemuse
Judge Green:" held an imiuest, at
INK \
; their forces from section to sec- of the staff of physicians on the pres-the patient was president of the which the following. citizens acted a* BURNEDAT 0i.

: tion of the road there seems ident's case, still was standing by hisUmted tate and not because of any jurors: Harold) C. \\all, foreman, l'.

E\IIY I10OMS: ARE }FUOEI I nothing left for the trustees but statement of lallt night that the crisnew'mptol11s" or likelihood of any. N. Pauper. | H O. Rivets, Nut \\ii

UPON IJY I'KESIDENTI FAOitUEb. \'- to permit them to take up an- i hums, J. J, Johns und II. Y ItrownI'roin ti p

). TALK TURNS: TO adduced! the jm\" STAKE
there the testimony <
other road, where are no I I
i :PROMISE: CAN I>W.\TES. President Hard returned, thtJ'er.lict. that laidItrown | !\
obstructions to the work going I '
from
I mote to hw death pistol

\ew York, Aug. 8.-Politics are ahead. I wounds. < in the hands "f John Washington \ III"" if.'. MiJul, :. :4m'! \\illiu ? x (
., favorite candidates' The whole mutter! will rune up fur. I I
zing despite I III I \ 1\111111111..101. iitun, VVIIH burned at
.,,,rts to avert development: of pre- disc'USRIOII and action at the meetingof ing Dangerously this I stake in it iwiimp 'iii-iit hero at '

cure booms. Booms, b> the way, the trustees next Tue daj', There! I I PI'NKKVI. 01' A. K.: \11111'1'; I II o.i.I..k. this, niiiriiitiK bv a mob,

11. h would burn up a great deal are two courses open to them: Oneis \5'huh uc-cuseil him of. attacking u fell

their followers' enthusiasm before to condemn. the right of way' thru I At San Francisco Tln funeral of the late Mr. A. I''.. white woman twenty miles southeast( ,

odd be employed etfectively whenwould court proceedings! and the other i ito is Mmtt; .; in charge of Funeral I Director of here with am axe eaily lat night, -

c<*mt mo t-at the party5'enIram relocate the road from Grahamto -.------.-- ----- 1) c.: Jones, were held last Thursday, inlicting wounds which physicians 1 to
its intersection with the state road WIIKItb: : DID ItIC.YDi-Oiu) ('U-1'Y( :; n Hi' "i-noeii., A largo concourse of .people believe will prove fatal.Mninll'icld I ? 1i
John-ion's return from Either of these will require considerable CM.\NC.K:; ; : OF CLIMVTE RKSfLThIN (;KT: ITS :NAMK" : gathered at the ('hl'i tllln churih, 1s
and another
; OF UUOCIIOl'NEUMOM I negro were
: ATTACK
!. and his address at New York time und will delay the con- '' --- i at 1 o'clock, to listen to (ha impressive -
urope Al- struction of the load.. The trustees ; :; IN:; S.VN FK.NCJ-C(1-:; conducted by )Rev. \\'. HI :, 'nltlll'l',1| bv a posse, in a swamp near I,
from service
return !
'r. ident Harding's
all who it ,
To almost hnIt"'n a .
situa- L.VI'hit 1HLLETIVS: SHOW IM- here at 10 o'tloik this m >!'nilll( Acconling y ,
ka and his Pacific Coast speeches! ; regard. this as an unfortunate it has seemed, natural to. bethought I 1I1111\fhl'l'ly.\ pattor of the church, of to member of the tin
I'KOMCMENT:;. :; IN CONDITION. posse
"in., election of Farmer-Labor Sen Linn for they had hoped to have the i lieve" that Bradford county got Its which the deceived, had been: n negro Htnod outside. the woman's f.
Johnson from Minnesota; Brooker road completed and open for Bradford. who I ful member! ever since its ,' :
Mimgus July 30.Gravely ; name from Governor faith'\\ homo, while Miniiitleld' went in to
call and din'r travel within the next four months, San Francisco, tlon in Stu rkt!. tl5 r
ml Wm. G. McAdoo's 'I President was the second, /governor of the :Masachusettt *- attack her.Mlllnt1.I.1.
themauthority ill with broncho-pneumonia,
not give
."., with former President Wilson; but since the law does I colony, and, who Cave! the An excellent ihoir sung selections .
his taken the
for from
of Haiding battled tonight was posse
right way
ill furnished food for a great deal to purchase i first Thanksgiving feast in America.This and after the services were I
mob tied I to ft kit and
the situation by the by a a a
political speculation here during they must meet of the law, or change life.The five physicians attending tho !' feast was four days long and I completed! n long I funeral processionescorted hurried to ,doutli.) tS
the last ten days. slow processes 'I took place H November: Itijl.:! I the remains to heir last
be known that the of theether
let A took
chief
of the road to where the executive it posse up pursuit'
When politics are in the air, disunion the location I But the foregoing Idea Is I only a resting place in Crosby cemetery.
advisedly .
had used the word fight
have nigroOther
willing to they
follows some very interest- property owners their are lands.In 1 1I when the last statement from the I I pretty! imagination for our county of. II Mr. Muitt hud, lung been a iMi-ni- Negro .Fsrape: .. 1
inn paths. The presence of Nation- it go through cers can tell you the facts in the case, her "of the local lodge, of (Odd<1 Fellows |
the location there tick chamber was issued tonight, adding j In the confusion attending the t
il Editorial Association members I changing which are of far more local I I Interest 1 and the following members acted in v
., New York last week gave politi- would be a money loss and, this would! I howevern that Mr.temperamental larding! was ''than if our county were named for pall hearers: F 1'. Stump, T M. lynching' of Minnineld the other a

.il leaders the opportunity to feel militate to the disadvantage of the I well adapted. from a the good New Englander Williams l-.. VV. Hayes, W. A. lies- negro" whoso name, could road, as each road,1 is charged standpoint, to make the fight a strong ceitamed, escaped, I aril I Is now being
the pulse of the country as to sentiment Brooker The soil which is now Bradfordcounty 'sent, Jr, W, A. Duboie, S, A. Ilrjun.The .
of various presidential possibi- with its pro rata share of expen- one was once included in Columbia mU-rnent was according to tint sought in this Hwamps A mob of
know when the tight commenced -
"We
about took :Minniflc-Id from
fifty men
"ties and impossibilities. I ditures. county; later it was included in the i rites of the order conducted, by Chap
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outcome said one of the attending phy- receive
about the probable the according to reports
Comment and views naturally When asked survey of :New; River county, and in lain I. W. Kit kilter. lowers In profusion posse e
when
tell
I situation, E 8. siciani, "but none of us can I here f .m
of the present
turned to compromise candidates, HH7 I Bradford county was organizedand hiul been presented by friends< 1",1
i articularly in the Democratic party, I Matthews, chairman of the trustees, I I the objective will. be reached. issued named, in honor of Capt. Richard I rc'lutivett and bilge. members, ...monICIthem Mrs Ituselll! was attacked, In her +
the before this statement was -
+ Here leaders think John W. Davis said he could not forecast what I Just E. Bradford, a soldier In the army', who I lining! several beautiful !pieces' I home' nt II o'clock lust flight. Her 1.
I would be at their Brig Gen. Charles Sawyer,,
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board ,
of the h".I"tlllh. ) awns a store at Myrlev -
: West Virginia looms a strong action belonged to Co. V. First Florida In I Out of town relatives present were s
lark horse" for the nomination. meeting next! Tuesday, but thoughtthe the president's personal! physician, fantry. Capt. Bradford, was the first Mrs Eva: Tmon and Irvlll.Ioitt: of tile, was not at home A five year 'Is
confer i i told men that much depended I II w
trustees would, bo glad to newspaper Florida soldier killed in Florida during ksonville, Charles Moitt: of Dur- \ .I.I Hon was not nwaki'iii'd, during the
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IIH'11t I. a Brilliant Lawyer. I with persons who might be interestedin I on the defensive strength ol the the War Between! the States. I I bin, Wm Moitt, of (Lake Worth, Gun! ; att-uk on his mother N'<> attempt 1 a
V Dark-Horse I'otisihility. road and are I the If he could summon the
of the I patient. assault :Mrs. Russell
re-location criminal on
a Ho died for the Confederate cause on and Charles Hcasley of Tampa s
Conceded; to be one of the most I of for the strength to resist the attack upon < I..t "
offer right way I made olllcials declaredUusHell
willing to II Santa Rosa Island, October 'J, 1X')1.! ,
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the"residency '
"lliant!> men ever suggested for I sake of securing the new location. He him, Gen. Sawyer Mid, there would i returning home, at midnight .
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national
Mr. Davis has a said he thought( the trustees would I be a victorious issue I after closing his store, found sa ,
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OF Til \:NKSVe
[ and internatoinal background like to have the fullest possible information As a measure of precaution, oxygen CARII I his wifu unconscious in a trunk. It j i. a

,qualed by few candidate possibil- so they can carefully weigh 1 r tanks were brought into the hotel Seaboard company It preparing 'IH believed she fell into. the trunk
nes He is at present head of the of late tonight but physicians said, the thank friends for to extend its passing track nearthe I
the advantages, and disadvantages \ sincerely our emu-half mile farther trying to find clothes with which t>> -' w
American Bar Association. I they will have to'' need for that administration had not their assistance and sympathy during depot about bandage her wounds. She was se- j.
the propositions
Before! Mr. Davia's appointment ,: consider before taking final action. appeared at that time. The oxygen the illness and after the death of our 'I north, making it< entire mile.Not .length about i erly cut about the head, and wa tM' r.,

n Councellor General of the Depart-I I would be administered, it was explained father. May God bless them all for three-quartern of a brought to a local hospital immwlutctly :-

moo of Justice several years ago he AUCTION BUIIMJE PARTYMr. only in case the patient show their kindness I infrequently' a* many un four and but phyncams ,do I, riot believe ,

vaa a Congressman trom West 1'irtta I ed difficulty, in breathing because of The Moitt Family. trains at a time meet in Starke,both she can live through the night.Inoosihounds }
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work of each other is
\ He was chairman of the Ju- I, and Mrs. Frank Hoover entertained congestion in his lungs. the passing
L'ned. 1
slow and puzzling If one of the very
liuary Committee In the House of at auction bridge Thursday ; The development of pneumonia was Junius Smith, of Waldo, was here drawn by the mammoth' Mr. RciHsel aroused neighobrs andbloodhounds
IonIC trains
I remarkable speak- home on : the one thing which Brigadier Gen I '
Kepresentqtives, a evening at their pleasant Wednesday' visiting friends new engines should happen to arrive were brought from b
and popular.He : eral Sawyer, the president's personal ,
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personally very
Clark street. took the trail
crowded Crystal Hpprlnijs They j
when the tracks aro already
less than two .
haid said attendant complications.A
left the Department of Justiceto At the close of the game the ho : physician, where after hours i,
could bo into the ,
to and cake. Vases I hour earlier that he feared almost bulletin issued by the physiciansattending with cars, there nt passing swamp '
become American Ambassador I tess served ice cream said there was no extension unIon ono or two trains backed to of searching the two negroes were i
else complication. him
above all aa a
ad hued zinnias were
Wilson I
of bright
Great Britian the bowls
during and areas dur Lawtey or the Wannee track. Hence found.
the
of pneumonia
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'ministration. used to decorate the reception this pleasant room. I i Nl ht'. I Rest Strengthen President fair the day and that the heart action I the necessity for a Icing; passing track I II Officials at Myrleville are unable JI

Since leaving the. goverment sere The guests enjoying Alvarez, of I San Francisco, July 31.-Dr, Saw. was definitely improved. It was ailed I The extension will be alone the' to ascertain the. motive for the attack -

legal profession, making his home evening were Mrs. Oscar Mrs. C. A. I the following informal report that the patient had bcnefitted bya eastern aide of the main track and a I on Mrs Kusaell Minnineld/\ itit
at New York. Among his clients is I Jacksonville, }Ir. and yet gave 31 o'clock today: I considerable fill will have to be made. 1 said J, left the Itujell farm last a
G. M. Sistrunk,I at 12: restful night.Unofficial
the banking house of J. P. Morgan I Futch, Mr. and Mrs.Hoover, Mr. and "I am glad to report to you\ that word from the president'schamber I spring( to go. to Chicago, but turned .f .

&: Co., of Wall itreet. He is also general Mr. and Mrs Joe and Mrs. Ed- President Harding' condition, as reported I made known t>> newspapermen Walter McDonald, of Miami, was I I back at Jackson.

counsel foe the Associated Press Mrs. H. H. Young, Mr. In this morning's bulletins, U shortly before noon said the next here last week visiting at the Klngi I According to reports received here,
New York ward Burns, Joe Sistrunk. and Mr J. about sixty men are searching: forth
and attorney for the : still holding favorably." conference of attending physicianshad ley lake cottage of Mr. *

Time. I of Ft. Lauderdale The president today appeared to I. been called for 4 o'clock and F. KtckliUfr. He returned home Monday negro ";'who escaped this morning

Nomination of Mr. Dalv In 1921 Miss! Minnie Bessent of, her parents, bave won the first preliminary fight would be accompanied by a statement accompanied by his eon, Walter, and his capture, it U I feared, world: <
of a dead- 1 b the guest and his condition. Jr result in a seconj, lynching
lock.U within the. possibilities Mr. and Mrs.\ W. A. Beisent, Sr. against; broncho-pneumonia III of physicians about -

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I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST: : 3, rrt! :

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., ft IN THE AUTO :MARKET MAKING USE OF LANDS TO BE

News of Florida in Short Paragraph i WRIG1EYS

........"" ."........_...,...._..........H...,W.r.n..rvr'r.ynxuuunw.w, Growing Lincoln Car Sales :Make | SOLD FOR TAXES BY CUTTING
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Leadership in Iligher-I'riced Cla
I Live State Newss I More Pronounced than Kver. e.w. Take it home tothe

L. : i TIMBER IS NOW ILLEGAL .1'\.\tt kids
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Orders! on hand at the Lincoln division I

Told by Our Exchanges 1 of the Ford Motor Company, I '' < t6uause! : of it- t 11' } Have a packet "?
:.n mun.iijir
which have been FINE OF SUIOfr( Olt IMPRISON your pocket for
.t months
increasing : the of ithi jp
) und
I WJImCIICIIfWIC.CaI.cmn tD<1DmIIfI1W cm@t 1IItRIDfNIl1rJ'3tII .cJwai4I !> continue to be considerably in i :MEXT! FOR O E'E.lt UN implll' .\ certainty !L.Jf/
I ejiess \- ever-ready treat.
has been singled
long
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i citriitiun) ; \
The July export shipment of phosphate I I his KIII, Jay )Howard 19! were burned of the production schedule I f). lt NEW LAW. 1 out as unusual in car magnetoA -. A
through the Port of I'crnan- ( to death. The charred bodies of Quality car buyers in the market I delicious contac

dina amounted to 23,800 tons. i' the father and son were found 1 lying in growing numbers are showing a I Law Quoted by Attorney General i it\ II SOUND: INVESTMENT FOR lion and an aid to

'I near each other on the site of the decided preference for the Lincoln I I Reply To Letter From Hudson Man FARMERS tha teeth appetite

One hundred thousand coco palms house after the building had been and the leadership which it alwayshas : I 'tM diestion.

were planted on the streets, in the 'burned to the ground. Another son, enjoyed among: the higher priced I TALLAHASSEE, July 20.-Per.1
I We hear deal these days
parks and on tho causeways of the Wayne, 15, was rescued uninjured motor creations is now more pronounced I I sons in Florida who allow their lands a god ,
I about in which farmers
Charlotte harbor bride In Punta Gpr- from tho burning ways can m.I,
building
by neigh than ever. to ba sold for taxes and then make s r'te M
,i da during the past week bors. The father and younger boy While the manufacturing facilities! I I I use of the lands: by .removing there vest money in fertilizers, farm machinery

were sleeping downstairs, while the have been gretaly extended since the from timber or by working/ them foi thoroughbred stock und the I Sealed in its r..

While in the. bathroom of his home older'son occupied un upper room I Lincoln came under Ford ownership'! turpentine purposes are liable toi like so as to get a better return on Purity Package "
in land and labor.
, I Jacob J. Mickler, 35, a farmer at I and while they are being still further (I i punishment by a fine of not mort their investment
. Palm Valley, eight miles south of Jim Bradbury and his bother reside enlarged, production under the ex- l than $1,000 or be imprisoned not t With this movement all who are interested -

Pablo, was instantly killed when on Big Island in St. Johns county pressed policy of the company always exceeding one year, according tc I in farm life are in agree

struck by lightning during the severe At times they are troubled with will be more or less restricted because Section 5279, Revised statutes. ment. More power and success to it! .1.1is

i f electrical storm and his nephew, bears which kill their pigs and hogs. of the exacting high standard This section of the Florida laws 3 is Speaking of investments they are' offNo

; unconscious by the same bolt. I Friday they got a pack of dogs and set for all details of Lincoln construc quoted by Attorney-General Bufortlin | to begin their school. Boys and I ?
I r. girls need a better school home than
entered the swamp in quest of bear. reply to a letter from George W.
James Jloscly Purvls.20 year old 1 I A race was soon started with the I tion.So insistent is tho company :In Littell of Hudson, Florida who ask the cattle and hogs; they need good j

Lnke City youth, who escaped from a result that Jim sighted the bear anther maintaining every feature of the ed for u ruling on the matter. The tools, good blackboards, plenty of. Worms In a healthy Child!
road Cocoa June 12 has two cubs just in time to makea books, shop and noon-lunch equipment All children troubled with Worms ha
camp near individuality and distinctiveness that section reads as follows: ,
1 I heaJihycokir. which indicates poor hlu< ,
been located 1 serving an enlistment In I dead shot. He declares the bear characterizes the Lincoln that not 'That hereafter no persons shall cut and other things to work with. I 1I rule. there 19 more orient 1 stomach o
Most of all they need a good teach-1 (ROVES TA rELESsCI11LL IONHlurly ; .
the United States nt to be one of tho biggest
navy Hampton ever seen infrequently is production slowed up and remove or cause or procure to be for two or ttm.<. wi-ek wIC enrl I h
Rouds, and steps are being tuken to or killed in this section, and is of the that some npw! refinement may he cut and removed or removed, or aid, i er-one who has a good education ,II lot('rev tTvdldPStlnn.uadact t (iiiaSc >' tjMima
effect his return to this state, according opinion that many pigs and hogs will added, for assurance Is given the assist or be employed in cutting and ''as I a foundation and special training Ti.nn, to the wh,.:' ,-ni Nat
for teaching added to that. They ihr I 'w off r fllspel ilu: wi I',n snei i 't f ftapnrlxct
to the information at the live longer because of her demise I I |
purchaser that the Lincoln at all removing or removing! or in any In'I I health i'leasitot ._ ..au.esU
rood school term nine months '
Mate prifton office times presents the utmost in automobile manner working for turpentine purpose a
1'/forlJl:/ to locate the body of Willie construction and design. any timebr on any land in this 1'length, too, a\. a teacher who has | X$7at7llntSD4. S:1S: Slttit7>"1i3CrCl67C""G"ryCOFFINS

William L. Lamar, formerly of Anderson, negro, 21, u Duval The Lincoln motor, accepted gen- ate when there shall be any unredeemed I' maturity and experience and native )I j j'ability & CASKETSAnd 1

Tampa, and his mother of Inverness, county convict, who was accidentally erally by automotive engireering' experts and outstanding tux sale certificates as well as education. ,'ij t
drowned Shell j A good school investment pays a I..J Jj a Full Line of J
nt fruitless
Island
were .
had a narrow escape from death atDuytona as the finest of power plants, against such land timber and
searcers said after drugging; the has been j, high return. Now" is the time to con- Undtrtahtr Supplies
: Beach Wednesday. They enhanced by a number of refinements turpentine privileges; nsd no person
f were standing on the beach when an .St. Johns river all during the dny. which have resulted in improved shall! cut and remove, or remove or I skier this for next year's school. Estimate --
1\
Thu with several others hadbeen the returns in terms of beth.rhnppier ] AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE
airplane started toward them. Both negro. .., .. .. .. appearance, increased 1 acctlc'l cause or procure to be cut and remove AlwKTji bond. The best see.ice
j dropped to the ground. The machine I loading a lighter with shell. ration, and nmootner operation. or remove, or aid assist orhe j and boys and girls on the i at the on lowest price Special -

rolled over them without injury to Work stopped for u while and Anderson Lincoln bodies present the highest I employed in cutting and removingor I farms 1 1i .\ attention to telegraph or.

either. I playing with the men, accident types of crnftmunbhip by Ameri- removing any timber from any tt r.. Registered Embalmer
ally slipped off the lighter and fell ca's foremost body-builders. The PUI"dmscr lands in this state when there shall i BallyXo-tuil the Frog boy helps

With $;jfjOOO: from the sale of I into the river. He disappeared be- has eight: standard models to be any unredeemed or outstandingtax i, Uncle Wiggily jump ten hops ahead! i DeWITT C. JONES
neath the lighter and was not seen! ; I folds CBVSJ ur.p and J influenza
road bonds of Road: District No. 1 choose from and where the desire Is' sale certificates against any such
! again Shell Island is located in Vo- for further cxclusivncss six LAXATIvn' ('MO: ot::.r, r.'T: .'<'eti nrajse. '", i : STARKE, FLA Ht'lCie
, now available, the section around even timber or timber privileges; and no I .
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-Tfv
I '' t* cr.'v: i
t, Gainesville promises to be soon a I usia county.A Lincoln custom-built enclosed types person shall in any manner work for .i. w "'11r .' I'' tarxR1StPTt! RtR'it"CRJn1tD IStttID s4A

( true motorists paradise; and the uutoists I, offer the latest. developments of this turpentine purposes or cause or procure ;

curse, the pour roads of Aluu- party <>f squirrel hunters from I' country and 1 Europe. to be worked for turpentine purposes -I

chua county is soon to be a thingof Stearns conic across the traces of I Purchasers of the standard types or aid, assist or be employed ;

the past, for this section of Florida bruin in the vicinity of the lower end have a choice of colors for body finish in working for turpentine purposesany ,

will soon bo second to none in of Luke Istokpoga Wednesday morning and in the enclosed types may pine timber or any lands in this ,:

I regard 1 to good I romls.liusiness Following the trail they came specify either velour or broadcloth tate ,when there shall be an unredeemed -,

upon two prl/.o specimens feeding on fur upholstry. Silk curtains, /floor and outstanding tux sale ]:

1 should show a decided increase the gropes that arc abundant in this rugs/ and other furnishings are provided certificates against such timber not ,, A Lca

in Fcrnandina this fall when rich country. Mr. Newton broughtone in. ik harmonious color scheme.All apply to the cutting of timber when '!

the two new canning plants get under of them down for good, and for Lincoln models! are mountedon the taxes on the timber shall have

; way, together with tho three other all and the other escaped( drugging! the standard eight cylinder, llifi-: \ been paid 1 or the turpentine privilege !I

,. plants located here. Orders away with him several loads of shot. inch wheelbase Lincoln chassis, and 1 shall have been paid. That any person -

recently been placed with boat iuild-I I Bringing their first prize into combine the utmost in luxury and violating any of the provisions of I

ing concerns for a number of town, the. party gathered a real xclusivness. this section shall upon conviction' -l

ing vessels all of which points to I posse, and went after the rest of the herefor be punished by a fine of I

better times ahead., bruin family. G. A. Devano got the .\ SUGGESTION: FOR THE BOY not more than one thousand dollars I -'A1.rJor.
first crack ut the second raider ami
I : SCOUTS or be imprisoned not exceeding one

Porter Hudson, 25 years of age brought him down. r year, or by both fine and imprison- lasting Beauty

;: was drowned, in Lake Fuller near ..1pFr The summer vacation offers an opportunity ment at the discretion of the court." I
the
popku, when he fell from a boat in A big burly buzzard, intent upon to consider what the school Section 5280. Revised General use shingle

which he was fishing Mr. Hudson robbing the nest of young quail was building needs to make it habitableand :statutes:; also was quoted by the At- that never curls

k was accompanied by Morgan Wesson put to flight after a thrilling 15 min comfortable for the school chil- orney-Gtnerul, as follows:

,I s who immediately gave the alarm. The ute battle Sunday afternoon in the Iren this fall. Are any of the window "If at any time after six months

unfortunate man's body never came Miami-llialenh golf course when the panes broken and out permitting: after the sale of the timber or turpentine -

'J to tho surface until lifted by grape mother quail vanquished' the big bird the ruin, wind dust, and bird to rights for non-payment of
?: piing hooks. after repeated attempts to get her taxes due thereon the former owner
will ? other
enter at or any nor" >r repairs ASFALTSLATE
young. Each time the buzzard swooped needed? hereof' or his agents or servants,
SHINGLES
t fe's '; Before the next tourist season the down to the nest the mother bird Summer vacation time is also the hall. take or use any such timber or _

Fort ;Myers: Steamship Co., the Royal hopped on the buzzard's neck and season for "campers." Fortunatelynot turpentine rights they shall each be
,. Palm Line, expects to have a large pecked vigorously. After a dozen or guilty of a misdemeanor and
all "campers" are vandals, but upon with a heavier, asphalt sat-
steamship with accommodations for nore attempts to get to the nest the an unlocked school building and an conviction shall. pay fine of not iess MADE base for non-curling du

100 passengers as well as 300 tons buzzard, gave it up as a bad job and abundance of unprotected fuel in the than fifty dollars or be imprisonednot
Surfaced with crushed slate for
i of freight, in service. between Tampa disappeared. Golfers witnessed the school yard does offer an invitationto more than six months." rability.

I and Fort Myers in place of the mot- fight from u few feet away and the passing "camper" to help spark-proof safety. Fadeless natural colors

Sr torship I. W. Riggs which carries cheered the victor. himself, a temptation that is not often At the request of the Smithsonian -sage green, blue-black, Indian red. Let

only about 100 tons of freight and resisted. Institution, the Ford Motor Company us quote you.Consumers.
has real accomodationa.r' The state's share in the cost of
: no passenger has forwarded working modelof
Here is your opportunity, Boy a
s the trial of Thomas Walter Higgin- Scouts, to protect your school yard the Ford, Ignition System for installation -

t4r Prof. W. E. Sawyer, former principal botham on charges in connection with by a good fence and keep the gate among the collections at Lumber Company
.:: of the Wauchula High school the death of :Martin Tabert, of North the National Museum Washington I (
c locked. Put the windows in good con- ,
i. and wanted here for alleged offense Dakota, amounted to $2,878 it wan it ion. Repairs cost and so does protection D. C. The Ford magneto is unique STARKE, FLA '.
against a fourteen-year-old girl, was discloned In figures obtained at the
but what is spent for protection t
arrested in Geneva Nebraska, Wednesday state comptroller's office. This amount the -
almost invariably lessens repair
and Sheriff C. S. Dillhong was was expended for payment of bill. A rural school building ':

I notified. Mr. Dishong immediately jurors: It was in addition to other )I with the windows closed and protected OH, V-HBW Mf WRTMPAYWAS ANOTHEQS AR!

telegraped the Nebraska officer askIng costs which the county in which the'I by shutters or wire screens, doors HOME tAT /WOSTH AND HfcVTOR TEN YEARS OlirRJd ? :11

'' if Sawyer would wave extradition alleged crime was committed must securely fastened, gates locked, tells 14 TO/AOR.KOW. HFtLL BETW V OuR ,A6s S''
and yesterday. received word that : bear. The money wa provided for by SWEET Be FIFTY Yew
my passer-by! a story of a community tw wou ON'T Tw ''t''
Sawyer will willing to return here and an act of the: l'Ji'3: !legislature, which OLO ;
and pupils that take an interest HOME IT .VOULP MX) i,
face made available the
f charges. to governor a
and pride in their school plant. Such NOW? a
special contingent fund of $3,500 for \,
II community invites the vest class ofsettlers .
P ,"
While making an unsuccessful effort use In criminal CUSPS. '
; the others pass on. -
y, to rescue his son from an up- If there are no Boy Scouts in the Occur S.yc the soN o
1-
stairs room of their burning home, : Ninety" thousand dollars in outstanding -
district the boys and girls could organize Wrong Thing:
George F. Howard of Vero 41! and reward offered by the
a School Improvement Club at tho Right
state of Florida for the apprehensionof Tun 5
and do this work. j \
.mumlll'll"ll'1mmllXnlDmmrR! escaped convicts and fugitives! I ,

from justice await distribution to _

General detectives that are willing' to go out Hew Could Her by

I and corral the missing ones. This! A physician say freedom frott r .-
Information in. revealed In data being worry U essential to the treatment of TerryGilkiaon \
InsuranceAND compiled by '1'. E. Andrew, who is locomotor ataxla. But a man who \- 1 q \

in charge of the prison' department couW keep free from worry with loco AUTOCAST' ( \
Iw of the state agricultural tommisfion- motor ataxia could recover from saamputated -
head without treatment**
er's office. The data shows that there -
are HOI escaped convicts, some of 'Autum. Courier-Journal ONe Ma NOVOU ?FIE I PC A of You MAKINGjflLL

Real Estate whom have been gone as long a:* ing: steam caused the machinery to PO/S'T : A 4TUPI0 REMARK UKB THAT TASK
:
i:2
twenty year Standing rewards of slowly turn over once. The power DAY OLDER :: I" TO MR.S.PUftDY NO woN ,-

h $100 for each of these aggregates had been shut off on the pump for LOUR) Atcvec. SET INVITED Op
10000. In addition to the J01! escapes two hours when Marchman removed QPQsa 'o
PEEK & BURNS"Not approximately :300 fugitives the plate and got: inside to make re- AN IwH>:RE! y .

from justice are wanted by the Mat*. pairs. S team probably escaping '' '
.r flT
Rewards for these vary from $">0 up, through the valve had evidently collected r
i
too big fur small business some going as high as $200, or more, pressure. The heavy piston / Q ? I t1

nor too small for big buslne ,," the average probably will range a- came forward just once l hut the man vv ,y C
i round $100 each, which makes an additional uas unable to avoid! it in the narrow I

$30,000. confines of the pump structure, and
Your Business i I. Cordially So-
w w
his life was cnuned out Horrified
licited.
While doing repair work on the inside fellow workers goc Mnrc!:umn out //7
/
: of the first of the immense slow immediately! and FY. lturheA was ,
Oflice with C. L. Peek & Sons in the house of the
pumps! power summoned hut no sign of life re- I
I': Phopmico branch of the Phosphate mained. One cry !U all that he gave iui" rtas4 tDTlw .

Telephone 83 Mining ,'0.. W P. Marchman was as the sti-ei hji-trinj; rar..trlc],; > > 7 ''d lI p wars eetatal"ut srs AAi1 /

i caught and crushed to death at nine him like 'i medi.1 I In..n '"' of torture I
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o'clock Sunday morning!, when escap- crushing through flesh and b'-r.e

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AUGUST 3, 1921.:
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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) I ,: ;p.y f:>; \I., I 'if. 't.I.> 1t'.H.Dll.s. IJlr.ll in; year I I II i I Murder of H. C. Cross "" fur I ,., Ile Il ( I l it IIIIII IMI n III IIIBrIIlbll il tIl j Ij,

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i' ", : Went to His Heathithnul Confe-s- UK.III.AND:; I II
I 't, /-fJ; wards a iiilnuti I Always "going" but x!
I I ,' .....{,./:. Wllk'll Is 1"1'1'.1 I "
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; ... | J' Ing to Murder of \ ounlf ;Man never "arriving? Rr ,
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f : and\ iii.il.es,, her" I Ui hllllld't; : ),,-,-. \\1111.1 : '
I ..-;.-' ". :-,' elultapiah. I fred\ \\nulioilj! and Etlu-1! I Ru\ Us war''\.' gyp! 1 Jn oilier words, always rJ: : i
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: Gainesville, July :2S Aithur John bu.siiu'-i- upending
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/ V"'ltO.to Juck.ion*'illo on j I I
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> \ son, negro< convicted at the last term Wedneday.G. ll never saving? i ;}

II I ,... ..' 'I of circuit court for the murder of R. II. porker returned Frula' from I The illustration em- 'o I' .9

) ,. ,sat .- II. C. Cross, young white man, on n trip to Orlando, Tavares and pmislzes the argument w. : lp
I I Ir Fi'liruary 21, paid the death penaltyby points nf interest in Lake '\ that no mat ft.- \

.,' .. .i1 hanging yesterday. The Mrs 1 othl.I'j ter how hard works,
.. "'a. I trap was n. L. Rigby and ,' one 1<
\ ). !.-. ,...., ,,.. """' '*' sprung at 11AO: a. m., and he was Tltus\'llI", arrived Friday for a visit, progress IK impossible',

&Irh.aH, 1 .Y$'. 1I.1Ir i .L! I pronounced dead! by physician nt1U with her father, J. T. :'ta'l'I'! I I without SWING. \ 1ic

,, : :01 t p. m. Mrs. W. F.. McEwen and l'hilh'I'I1.1 You will never achieve

The negro:: went to his death: without of Winter Haven, left for their home''' the results of labor, avocation

AERIAL MAP IS MADE OF NEW II confessing the crime of which he Sundn> after n pla'II'lIl1t'j"lt with penult or profession I .

!, convicted, and on the gallows her l'II'I'nts11'/ : and Mrs. S. J. Starling unless you save a a >>

|,I made. no reference to his deed other 1 portion from the earnings ,q

COUNTY BY CAPT. MAYNARD : I titan to say in reply to a 'questioni ],11'1" A. Bryan, of Starke. visited / that constitute the rev $

i 1 a>,ked him by Deputy Dunning! "that relatives here Saturday.Mr. ward nf your labors,

I ---I j: it would! no good to confess to men." and Mrs. J. O. :McCormick! and cither of hand or brain. a ,
.- niT of Collier County \\ ho is alA aperture in the io-kpit! "..i ,ih.i \1":1111'.1> : I 1 After services had been held at the children, of lA'Cuburg, visited! relatives .

World War Ace, Gives I.iriTs- "Three' weeks ago lit-t rhur-d.iy: here Ilist'l'l'k..
Hallows, and the death warrant read
i \ Take the little hint to heart and resolve tgel
!NOW
while flying at /an altitude nf -to-dny-to
r Kir View of His Domain. i 10,000 11. C. Wimbvrly, Jr. attended.
by Sheriff Ramsey, Johnson made his! the
j feet ten miles south of Lake. Okee- I out of the "tread mill" class, and get "going strong" on r
I last statement in huh he urged all Baptist union meeting at Liberty
hobee 1 beheld the most beautiful the open unfettered road tn achievement through ;
\ novel feat of aerial photugrupy i to "meet him in Heaven" saying he i huri'h near Jacksonville, Friday, to SAVING.i
'' Your welcomed here .
U
matter
sight imaginable! mud Captain I account no
list been completed here by Capt. hud made peace with Jesus. After Sunday.'
: Indeed, $1.00 will It.
I Majnard today. "The open
\\ It.I Maynard the new Sheriff of such visibility was talking. for about fifteen minutes, the :Mr. and :Mrs. Chns.: George: and son t

( >>"r County, who has. > the distinc- I that :Miami and the iblantlenearby condemned negro asked those who Karl: left :Monday. for a visit with relatives

">( being the only Spanish-A nwri- Lake the four canals leading from were going to meet him in Heaven to m Jacksonville.Mr. ISAMv: 01' SIAUKK: t t'I

War veteran serving the Flying I of Okeechobee to the Atlantic: all make a sign by holding up their right mid Mrs. F. D. Lang were visitors e
the
that received official credit for 10,000 islands and the south | hi Itank of Helpful Service F "
i o- hands. Almost every hand went up to Lawtey Monday.The .
end of the
keys were plainly to be r"4
h. : iting down a German plane dur- In response. store of II. Wimbt-rly and '
I Sr\UkK. 1.\.
seen. While flying here I have frequently .
i! i ho World War.W The negro appeared calm and went the poxtoHice were broken into !Saturday ':
been able
I to see from coast to
:th an especially constructed the of the with night and u number of shoes
coast up steps gallows a 1
at one glance but this wonderful
I trio "Oriole" plane, equipped with I smile on his lips, and waving at his> and other merchandise taken. :NothIng .;
panorama that unfolded the
i .unern recently invented by Major on was missed l from
I I colored friends as he reached: the top the postolllce 4
H.-.nley,, U. S. A., who spent a month I morning refer to was the greatest of the gallows and had been placed but u few pennies. e f
took ft. sight I have beheld during the six 1 postoltkv, to the brick store of :Mrs.\ Butler Monday.R !
,
in-! '' Captain Maynard 4,100 on the door he began shouting A. A. Crews and G. II. Barker were
!t of film from a height of 10,000. feet I years I have been flying." "goud-bye"trap to a1in\ the crowd. Anegro I visitors to the State )Farm at Raiford M. K.: Edwards. where he will have .\. Weeks of Itrooker, was, harp e

r hawing all of Collier county embrace The aerial photographs of Collier minister read from I Sunday. more room. Sat unlay.\ I
a passage> !
i I i r "i-ighty townships or 2,880 square county taken by Captain :Maynardare the Bible, lead n prayer after which Mrs. Hetty Bennett and children;: of Clyde Rowe, Alfonso iriltU i Itoto'tljnkin ; Dim Green has purchased the barber .

1J tl ''9.From'. show remarkably clear prints. They Songs were Sj."ng, Johnson taking an Lawtey spent) the weekend here lie I David and l Robert :Moore left shop at New River

. the time he started this im- the different kinds of timber active part in the services and shout !guests! <>f Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ben :Monday( afternoon to spend| thirty J. F. Turner and. children< Juunitu i

> li..rtant work until he finished it ex- growing; the exact locution of ponds. ing frequently during the time. As days. in the training camp lit Annm- and !Butter, Mis.ses Kluitlu. and Ui-hn ?
lakes nett.Mr.
creeks
a;:-tly 41 days were employed by Captain i I and, and rivers, and shoal the straps> were bring adjusted about and< Mrs. A. K. Williams and ton, Ala. Brown were visitors to Hampton
deep water along the Gulf
Maynard. He was in the air 21 of I ; mungrove his hand and feet he continued his children motored to Staike Saturday, Keaih Friday afternoon i P

J these. days, his actual flying time in [ Of swamps, etc.of statement In which he said he was afternoon.Mr. \VAIKKMII.I.Watermill ; l Mrs, J. Turner und children. were 11
course, most the timber land
a.'r'al picture taking aggregated 52 H made of prepared to "meet his Jesus." and l\I' rs. C. B. I'etmclt were shopping in .\llId1U1I Fiiday.Henry .

hairs and 53 minutes. : up cypress and pine At daylight Friday morning negro visitors to Ijiwtey SlItur growths, while aloAg the coast in Aug. 3. --Mrs. G. (n. t
The mammoth, aerial when ing. in linne-wille(: business.
map preachers friends and relatives of on
Hough, of Dunnellon, the weekend
many places and on the keys mangrove spent
an'fully pieced together by experts trees thrive. It takes but at the doomed man began to gather at Miss :Mary Johns visited relatives with her daughter, Mrs. J. I I"%. Adolph.' Ian z r ts, of Itiunker) was thu t

nf the War College at Washington, glance at these aerial photographsto the jail for farewell services and a at I.autey for the week-end. Turner. guest of Buster Turner Saturday eve '
>
Dr.., will be 18 feet square, the scale I determine! the topography of the last good-bye to one of their race who Supt. L. B. Burns and I'uymaiter Mr and Mrs. Oscar Rhymes are Iii nit. R .
3 and 3-8 inches W. I K.: Grillis, of Tampa, were visitors u.
at 10,000 feet being was to pay the penalty/ for one of the
country rind the exact "lay" of the receiving congratulations over tho arrival 1 Dock Tlionia.i, of iriilmin, spent I '. A
t I'< the mile. land and water. most brutal murders in the historyof here Thursday. of n daughter, hum July/ laU, tile "'....k.NI,1, hero with relatives. tt,' Ip

J. D. Overman, experienced army Alachuu county Prayers and songs Mrs. R. L. homes I, of Atlanta, (ill.. *'{

photographer, who developed the HKADFORD were offered all during the forenoonand LA\\ TEl" spent last week here visiting. her sister I +

negatives, has left for the National-; shouting could he heard for some Mrs. J. F. Turner.Dr. Expensive Ambition. t l eeF
i npital with the valuable films, each distance around the
jail.
Lawtey, Aug. 3Mrs. W. I. 1'ow-
Bishop', of. Aim him, was a visitor Novelist Philip Cm-llss siiys that at
'' which is numbered and arranged Bradford, August 3.-C. M. Andreuwas A ;Most Dastardly! Crime ell returned. home last week from here Wednesday.. I heart nil\ women iirw ,'IIV"'oll"n.. But I' 1''

'it such manner that it will not be a in Dukes Saturday The crime for which Arthur J.lhn-I Birmingham, Ala., where! she spent) a that wouldn't bo so bad,. It they dhla't'
liaficult matter to piece them togeth- C. H. Andreu was in Brooker Sat- son was hung yesterday was month. A goodly number' of our people' / attended want to drive up' to this ciivo la a s

< r and make this map, which it is urday. be one of the most dastardly, cold Mrs.! Pearl Jones, who has been the annual meeting at Reek. UiuuuHlnu.-(Jniiiii Ito.."ptds. ] Truss. .

.i d will be the largest of its kind intence. Mrs. W. II. Harrell and daughter! blooded murders known in this coun- teaching! /, school at Furt1)'P1'1I: the Saturday,' und. Sunday. Mt'I

x,, Lucile, were in Worthington Satur ty in years. On the night of February pasteur, is! spending) n few days Misses Rhoda and Rebn III'ownV1'l'"- To Stop a Cough Quick' 1 1take

The developed films were hipped toW day. 21th, he shot to death a young with her mother, Mrs. G. T. Pearco. visitors to Graham Sunday after HAYES* HEALING HONEY,* a :+

,c-hincrton in a large trunk Insured, Miss Geneva Harrell has been ill white man simply because tho young J. T. ReddUh!. was a visitor tuJa'J..sllnville noon. cough mwlicinii which stops< \ the coiiKh by y
f., 'I'> $10,000. I with the dengue fever but is improving man reprimanded him for brushing Saturday. !Mrs. Alice\ Davis and, children anti liuulinri the Inlliimed t> .J Irritated. tissues. J
Miss: Sa.l.dll",", of (iuinesvilU-: A !tats of DROVE'S tJ-PhN-TKATF.; :
With the Landing Field on Mc- at this writing. against him on the street.! Young [ Enoch Grillis was a business visitor ,, SALVE; for Chest Colds Hand Colds mid
1 I'-a-or' Boulevard here as hcndquur-, Luther Harrell was in our commun- Cross, who was the victim of the as- to liunncll last week. '!visiting relatives here Sunday Croup: Is ftncloiutd with every bade, of

ri'r, Captain Maynard and Photogra- ity Saturday. sassin's> bullet, had been married on- :Miss Louise Blanchard returned to last. IIA vtS' HEALING; HONEY. The salve ;
:Master Hubert has been ly short time having recently Raiford. Bra linen, of Luke Butler.. | should'" tin rubbed on the chest and throne
Lynn mov-
ii'i' 'r Overman, weather permitting ser- a her work in :Macclenny after spending ) of children t'
| aufTorlnii from a Cold; or Croun 0
"K ofT promptly at 3:15: ; o'clock each iously ill this week. ed to this city from Albany, Ga., to' two weeks with her parents) Mr. war here Saturday. I This hmllntf seam nf ihvei llnnllnj Itunny In-
:5> Dr. J. made. professionalcall take with the state road Rebn and Rhoda Brown were >shopping | I nidi the thni. .
morning. They worked from 2 to Bishop a a position and, Mrs. A. M. Blanchnrd. I ... t rtinttilnvil with III* h..lhla.ee t of
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.vo O HitQ-1 Hnlvn ofIlia I'
rule' throutfll the
in Brooker
!i' ore each flight. Clouds alone in our community one day last department. Johnson was arrested a J. R. Eililms, of Gainesville, was Saturday afternoon" nil to Bmrn .toim, a cmjitli.Ifcrt porn

'."thered them in their exacting and week.L. short time after the murder, and car transacting business. in and. near our J. Io'. Turner spent Wednesday, mJacksonville I I h mmiHllf, mn> pm'kml In I.on 341c.*carton and theoomufthaciiiiililanllrMlinmil e r I.

i p Ttlous work. Each time the cam- L. Cook was in Brooker Satur- ried to another Juil for safekeeping, town Wednesday.Mr. on legal bra tines'| <. I i I ..*tiHt ask your druriitlst for a HAYES k

,i'ra clicked three exposure a were day.Jim und it was while, he was in the Putnam I and Mrs. J. II. !Moore and ions, Evan: Iloilvre was a visitor to. Luke 1 lU.ALlNc IIONKY.Here's !: t

made the pictures from( three! lenses Mott, of Worthington, was in county jail that u mob stormed I''r Robert and Paul, returned home on

i H.'ing. taken simultaneously from an'' our community Friday night. the jail in an attempt to get hint )I I I 1Thursday, after spending a month in

Miss Lucile Harrell was the \guest away but were dispersed by the ddt, I I, Tennessee and Alabama with relatives -

of :Mrs. M. L. Harrell Friday after- genre of :Sheriff !lagan of that i and friend They made the
-jkNDAR5( RIM !>O LABS i coun'l Good News For
noon. ty. The sheriff was shot trip by auto. :

'I I ERSi'lITyei Several rattlesnakes have been kill- hand during the encounter Mrs. W. C. Wooten and children, W
!
oil in ar.d around the farm of C. :M. mob. returned. homo Thursday from Me- I the Man who needs

CHILL TONIC Andreu, the largest being about six The hanging of Johnson yesterday Rae, Ga., where they spent u few a

I marks the end of capital punishmentby weeks with relatives.
i
For it over has been 50 Malaria I feet.Miss Geneva Harrell wa in Brooker hanging in this county. The electric T. J. Terry was a visitor to High Royal Cord
years
the household I Saturday.Pitt chair will be substituted> after ;Springs Sunday.

ChillsI Baxter, of Brooker, was the January 1, I'J'-M: and all prisoners Miss EVil Futch went to Jacksonville >
remedy for all
forms of ..W*. and guest of his cousin, Harley Andreu, convicted of murder will be sent to last wl'ekhere she will take a R3YALS arc the
Sunday. Ruiford for execution; by electrocution. business! course. in which

.i (It is Reliable FeverDengue i Livingston Russ and Ray Andreu, Mr.\ and :Mrs. Vuscoe Crawford, of you pet the benefit of ,

'\ a of Brooker, were in our community Jacksonville, spent the week-end, with .f, the three U. S.
r' General Invigorating Sunday afternoon.Mr. .\ FARMERS/ "T.KEIS: ?" Mr. and Mrs.: Sam :Muthis. II I new 4

,". Tonic. and :Mrs. C. M. Andreu and !Mrs. David Reddish, of Tunnersville vI discoveres-Sprayed '
of S. C. Andrew A prominent member of a farm Rubber- Web Cord r .
""I' daughters were guests Ga., is spending a few days In
.., ASPIRIN I II and wife of Brooker, Sunday af- organization in a northwestern State Lawtey with Mrs. Jesse Reddish'''; and the Flat-i3andI

,,:'), I II ternoon. writing to the United States> Bureau Mn.\ D. L. Rigsby! and children of 1 1T71 Method of building '

I :Mrs. W. :M. Harrell and children, of Education, Department of the Interior Titusville, spent. the! week-end, with 1I I a i

I'" Say "Bayer" and Insist! : :Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Cook spent Sun- Washington, D. C., asking for :Mr. and :Mrs L. A. :Marr. I Cord Tire. .

r. day \Vorthintfton.. information about the consolidation )I! \\'. Wooten was a visitor 'I'...r to 1I Made in all sizes YI

i iI I Harley Andreu was in Worthington of rural schools, makes this comment 1- | Jacksonville Thursday.Rev. I ; 30 x 3'/2 and up. ,

1\\ i iv iyl ,I Sunday afternoon ))0;. D. Buyer returned home I 1 1II

A II I Lewis Shriver, of Brooker, passed Our farmers think courses of :Monday from :Manning, where ho has I II United States Tires i"

t through this section Sunday morning study are for city folks and made by been holding revival services for the J

'I.) .;;':!! educators of the city. Some of our past three weeks.C. I IIl I I are Good Tires 4.

Q rural districts have consolidated with McCormick: [ of Jacksonville, '

NEW ROAD USED the small town and the larger town visited friends. in Lawtey Sunday.
i and too often these farmers find that '
uU :Miss Claudia Terry U spending a

I II the of o couple of the policy of the scool is entirely in few days with relatives in Jackson l
II I With exception
I the hands of people who do not under- ville.
short stretches, the state road is now
stand nor are they in sympathy with
graded all the way from Starke to Louis. Mart was transacting business l-
rural people. To me consolidationmeans in Starke :Monday. -'"
Lawtey. The larger water courses
Joining or marrying, but too
substantially bridged with Henry Burney returned home last 1
been
Cnl'we you met the nom "Bayer" onpackage have timber structures, and the often consolidation is "taking In..' week from Jacksonville v.here he has. ,
tablet. are nut got.tang cresoted
or on you There should never be a suspicionthat been .
the gRnuin Bayer product preL smaller have temporary bridges, to employed.The .
anybody is being "taken
t aoribml by phymciajt over Iwentytwol I be replaced later by concrete cul in. school is scheduled to open on
t years and proved safe by million, for the There should be a pro-consolidation :Monday with a competent corps of
, verts. The new road< is used by I
Cold Headache public, who find a firm, dry, smooth agreement safeguarding the rights of teachers, and the promise. of at leasta Ir 0
Toothache! Lumbago the country districts when they con- seven months' term. For the past r
Earache Rheumatism track there, and those who are ser- sent to consolidate with the village two we have only had a four Where to US.Tirts raj
mail years
Neuralgia Pain, Pain ved with the free rural dleivery, buy
their mail boxes to the district. Surely the farmer Is withinhis months term. Prof. Duval, of Hampton T.J.5I ,
Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin-contain I have moved rights. when he will not accept a Is principal. Mrs J. T. Moore, r'
only. Each unbroken package< new road.
direction Handy hoxwi! of course of study calculated to "edu Mrs. George Anderson, :Mrs. B. Perkins -
!
twelve proper tablet emit fm cent DnJIf' cate his children away from the farm. of Lawtey, and MISJ !Moore, of J. W. Andrew, Jr., SUrlce, Fla.
jrt eta t alllO ell bottle\ of 24 and lw/. To Cure a Cold l .In. One Day lie should not be forced to accept the Hampton, are assistants. :Smith's Garage, Starke, Fla. '

aspirin i* the trade ytoooueticaoide.ter mark of J Buyer of T.... th LAXATIVE. : BROMO jtedlach. Manufacture tot*
&.1icy cadcl. of > Cold E.V.. oROLL. wiliulun on acb ; out of sympathy with farm life drug store first of the week from the














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' Bradford County Telegraph : or... f.1' l' .l I ,- iI i

{ :1 (lJ./-4 "' "'\ ; ;g -r-. : j f New Kid at the Swimming Hole

'ihu Btht Equipped Drain, to Be Efficient: Mu..t be
Published weekly and entered as | Mounted on a Strong Backbone. ,

t\\ second: class matter at the post tii iijiini iniii-.'ii mi mlmmmm mmlll m


i J" office. at Starke Florida.. I [r----.__. Respecting Your Opinions 1)

i === Iii'&titb til! nulruiul
lvi'iiIItl; I 1/11'! our gri-iit systems are! t-i

% E. S. MATTHEWS.( Editor and Owner I ing HI "('1\,,(, 'the fuel that the opinion of the people in nuii"iifii r / '

\' .\/ :i is worthy consideration.. The new vioe-pri-Mclent ol c ; wDk

.7 I'L'BMKIIED EVERY FlUn.f .\Y t tin' 1,1-ntf Inland Hail WII 'ompany announced the other day

I'l tic 1 1 tli" company proposed to talk to the pcoplo through the i7
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!l IMI,!'nuns of the homo town newspapers in paid advertising lit' 1 t r o p 0 r% 4/1

/''l} SU05CK1PTIOV RATE ., ;hi>..1' he tf.mleil the home town weekly newspaper as tho most 'w s t


i 1\\ Pr Year .$2.00:! fident"1 vahiiilile, in the iiilvcrtisinK sincerity ol'purpose media because of their the home readers town}have editors.con ?;lf ci f7 0/ 5-'k /

There is nothing so beneficial\ for corporations at siRnedii'lvertisiup :. V iM .etl

g : In addition to carrying u line write- / : that explains to the people their seeming; ; short-;

l up about the Florida State Prison rominirs and recites llieir neeomplishmpnts. The people' know

1 Farm in its lust Issue the Literary tli.-, fi Meinls lure not advertise anything hilt the truth }because y

1\ Digest printed n picture of lion Sim Iliey, will he cheekpil up. f'onHcrruently an honest story often 4 '? ,7 / MiCOlA : ic/

41 i II| Eli ten, the popular warden of the I turns bitterness of feeling into a desire\ for eooperation. k

I r, farm. So far us we can retail this Naturally. the railroads are anxious! nut to fall again into

4 is the only time a Florida celebrity jro\ "eminent liiiiidx.\ They. want to retain their' business" identity ra Rst /

I!r I has thus been honored, but none of nnd iniiUe money, which) is a laudable and legitimate desire. Thu I _

) the rent of the "bitf una" will be- trailroadti' ; owe II kilt to the publi" but by the sum token tho people

) trudge the compliment to Mr. Dlitch, IPV.P to the railroads an obligation namely to understand!

( for everyone feels that it is deserv \before they! entiei/.e. Nothing is more destructive than condemnation -

in if. without knowledge of the flu.ts.'e hold\ no brief for the 4 ;

, ---- public corporation. Kaeh I must stand on iU merits aril b e

Ii f THC VALUABLE PECAN judged by its acts, but )let UM be just. P --



that The always Times-Union has the,good a of great the Flor daily I _Get Rid of Hypocrisy -.':=\| '


II ida farmers at heart, and whose advice > T I he Hi'itisli Ambassador, reporting to Ins (government. ou

in agricultural matters can be the effect of prohibition in the United States, is e-! .
relied upon, recently had an editorial fine himself) to a recital of facts steerintr, clear of nil opinions.

article on pecan growing in Florida. lie ',oil" that'! Ih1 .T'emiiitu I in savings banks have greatly inenMsid I

In it was epee'inliy mentioned the ; that' prohibition is a miecess ititside,) of tIll Atlantiu

;r' success of the pecan growers of the sl'ubo'dllid:! nthel' points of' easy entry for the rum runner.IT. \ I

',: Montlcello neighboihoud and convincing .. ,... ........ .. ,.,,1.1 In ;ininroTiei.. .. ... fact .. ..
He "" -". .it.....t..i." "<'*">. ;.. \.. ....... ...* ........ .. to.. iissiitnw.nm as a -
,t figures were presented in supportof that the) incivasc in su\in is due. entirely to the. absence!. ot --- _.

the Times-Union's statements ]inor| because, he Hays, there are many other elements\ that ding. to St.irke Tuesday. I
The :Monticello section was chosen I titer! into the returned prosperity; of .\mol'il'lill'o the close :Ilex Dubose, of :Miami, and :Miss. How Spain Cot Name.

probably because there the pecan was
first planted on an extensive scale 1'ossibly Ambassador is treading on ticklish ground.: Sunday.Mr.
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to ;good; authority, derlvi! mil
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and, therefore, figures of yield are YTc fear, too, that the press reports have manhandled the New River, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs.U and :Mrs. S. C. Crews: attendedthe the Punic Shnfnn-rnbhlt. ThK at-
more easily obtainable there than in in setting forth his statements:: that the -
Ambassador's lancrnnpo Christian convention at Hampton mill linn t'l'n"I'ry numerous !ii the
D. Johns and children, of Tampa,
the younger sections." While that section fiiti.rccmcnt. of the "osfc'mllnw) is generally a success. Whetherone I Sunday.Mr. country often 'li'stroylng .e
is Ideal! for the pecan, this is avery be in favor of prohibition or against it no one can follow are visiting friends l and relatives crops. African duets wero K, 'n
\ and Mrs. S. T. Johns and children -
t! adaptable tree and will do well the news of the day without realizing that tho 1'iw i is honored here this week. drive the uiihuals nut of thcli!! .pWe .,
of Jacksonville visited friend
anywhere in Florida on land not too inoie in the breach'limn in the observance in doyens of states,- Crystal Wiggins motored to Lake find. the rabbit often represents.
li wet. !. Butler Saturday. here lust week. 'I,1\ Spanish coin
in tho national capitol.It
Ten years ago tho writer went to yes, even i is this situation of hypocritical temperance approval I Misses Esther and Thelma Parker Mrs. Ida Rouse, of Tampa, is visiting I TilE FLORIDA SANITARII ,

f Campvllle to get data for write-up shouted from the housetops for public consumption while the returned home from St. Petersburg, friends here this week. .':" .

of that section for the Telegraph. We Iwittle is used for private consumption that is causing more where they visited their sister. Hen Kcrce, of Union City, visited I ;: :

admired Homo old pecan trees that irritation in the country than the law itself. The poor man Alex Dubose of Miami, was a guest friends here :Sunday.: Florida Sanitarium and Ho. .;

grew near the brick works there, for Mho likes his! beer has a proper protest if what he considers to of friends here last week. Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Henfroe, of Orlando, Fla.Iedical: surgicn

they hue nuts so heavily till some of be a lu.Miry ia:; kept from him while the rich man is free for all Grafton Adkins spent several days Tarpon Springs, are visiting friends | ternity, capacity 100 patients F

.'i', the limbs had to be propped) up to serts of indulgence. I Disregard for law Is! eating at the very last week in 1'ulatka visiting friends and relatives here this week. ment modern, rest, diet, physp. ">

keep from breaking. The location vital of democratic government.: That, more than prohibition, and relatives.Mr. therapeutics. Unexcelled in the .'' ..
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,h was a ridge where tho clay came up i J3 the cause of our unrest. and :Mrs. Percy Kelly, of Winter -- east. -

t. othe. surface. "This must he the Haven, are visiting' at the homesof Don't Wake 'Em. !
F.e: amount of The Quinine' .it Jou !Not Alice: I
weal soil for pecans, we thought nun get :in Immense
; i .J, E. Adkins and D. W. Kelly this I .
"hiirh lund l and snti-:...-'I.ns., out of i -In \Ir conviction that Bwoi'ie of Its tnn.r snit IsxnHveT1V < c
clayey soil; such ft I I the prices still keep up and will continue ner N| Walnut and :Ninth streets. week. :I Alllio. ,llsncru' v-hu thuin are In the F t ROMO QU.NI.NE,:: (Tab -ml C(. '
growth bv nnviiD" -vltnout rau init mrvomnrUt. t
we cannot aspire to in Bradford to do so. The pecan Industryi Four lots fronting on N Walnut and D.) W. Kelly made a business trip "vrons.Album Journal. .'.' head. 1::.W.Ll county. At that time there i still in its infancy. When there west half block between Ninth and
were no old trees in this But
county. :
t\ shul the! more nuts than needed for Tenth streets. Cottage on corner ___ ___ _
what do ? of -" r _
we see now Plenty trees
i-ntinir unprepared l or ('nn so ]loaded, with nuts in the -
full till the
will lie mad into butter, milk, oil, Terms reasonable Mrs C. \V. Lid-
limbs often have to be supported' to
flour-Into of for don, tf
a score products,
keep' them from breaking. And thison I which their richness in butter fats,
ordinary flat land, with clay no 'protein and other ingredients lit Homer I). Limbautih, of Tallahassee Success a Building Job !
nearer than from two to four feet urri'edYedne day to spend a

}, from the surface-and often no clay I I them.We two weeks' vacation at Kingsley: lake
I advise every land owner to
at all, but on "sand sOl ky" land, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs T. N.
plant pecan trees. The farmer can
s, though of course, so well drained that Limbaugh.!
well afford this invasion of his fields,
the deep-Koin roots of the trees
are
na when the trees come into !Rood l
di not in water all the time. In
S fact bl'arinthl'Y/ will pay vastly better EASTMAN ,'\ PREMISESL.
lands of the latter description are than annual crops and require little

thought by many to be the best, as attention. And every owner of a I II:Eastman has bought of J. W.
the roots can at will without
roam town lot should set out as many treesas Andrews, Sr., a strip eight: feet wide TT
being cramped in the hard William
clay his area will hold. along the east side of his lots on W. /
q' The fact that
pecan trees are being
Call street. Mr. Eastman has erectedan C.
4 planted in this section winter,
every ornamental wire fence around his '
shows that they are considered good fENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ% premises, which thus enlarged and 5 : McAdooOnly
investment. Some years ago landowners
I improved, present a handsome ap-
; were rather shy, as it was i, pearance.
t thought that "low" land and "sandsoaks"

., unsuitable for the
were pecan e
MOVED TO PLANT CITY
.4.: ; but many happy-go-lucky "blun
derers" net out trees in /
apparently
W. E. (Zeke) Wainwright, formerly
unsuitable places and yet have had LOST-Gold brooch, with pearl in of Starke, later of Lake Butler, ,
good IIUCCl' M. Nobody needs hesitate center. Please return to Elizabeth I
.
10; writes us that he has moved to Plant ,
about setting on soil here
pecans any Itrownlee. It
City and! joined the army of straw
as long/ as It is reasonably well drain( --.-- ,
berry there. This is distinct
growers a
y I
I't'd.. BUILDING: MATERIALS-Lumber,
gain for Plant City. A man of
It is not difficult to get choice doors, sash, lath, shingles, cement,
such
energy and intelligence as Mr.
r. grafted small pecan trees, at a rea- cement blocks. Also two filling sta-
Wainwright cannot help
r onable price. See that their roots do tions for sale lioree's LumberYard possesses
but getting into the front rank of by strictest attention to detail and in calcu-
not dry up before planting, and setthe Starke. It* utmost care
I producers! in that noted center of
trees carefully. The distance between FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon- duction. pro- lation was the young engineer McAdoo moved up and until his

fifty feet them; the should trees be ample will then-at least have dyke! strawberry plants, $4 per great triump came in building the famous underriver tubes for

I plenty of sun and air, and the nhmi- thousand f. o. b. Green Cove. Ready TELEGRAPirS HONOR ROLL passenger trains into New York.
for Immediate shipment. J. S. Mar-
mudukt', Green Cove Springs, Ma. Names of Those Who Paid Subscription McAdoo stands today as one of America's successful men
until they become that
large
crops so .
they must be given entire possessionof 7-27-et-P-U: I During July and a Presidential possibility in the 1924 election.
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the !ground. Even: with rather "OUND-One large size yellow mare R. L. Richard J. H. Saxon :Mrs
.; Your success be in heeding the thoughts he
,j dense shade beggar weed and may expressed
pea mule has been taken up by me. The Wm. C. hammerer, J. W. :Morgan, S.F. .

" ',, vines may be grown for hay. About owner may have same by preying. :Morgan, :Mrs. E. II Smith,, T. C. recently, which were, in part:

l' four years after planting the young property and paying for feed. G. Stewart, J, J. :Morgan, J E. Bohan-
ff.' trees will begin to bear and four or C. Sweat, Starke. 7-27-2t: : nan, Newton Strickland, :Mrs. W. J. "The character of citizenship it in the exercise
five later they will begin to I telecontrol. Thrift it one of the highest
55 years pay types
Forsyth, :N. T. Ritch, H. O. Brown,
.' for the care given them with a liberal FOR KENT: -Furnished or unfurnished of.telf-control became in practicing thrift one
N. G. Hayes, W. B. Alexander L. V.
Interest. The tree does not starve attractive modern bungalowclose has to be master of self at virtually every point
other growth, ami short-lived fruit in, delightful) sleeping porch :Moore, R. U. Parmenter, Florida Development of attack. Thrift may be in wise expenditure of

and all conveniences. Board, W. A. Bessent, Jr., ... ..
trees may be planted between them. garage Applyto fundt or found investment -maybe in conceding -
The pecan has a few diseases and) Mrs :Nelle 1I11 t'hes, Shoppe Elite C. A. Futch, Mrs. J. C. Carter, Mrs. a temporary lost to realize a permanent
Ellen Padgett. J. Frank Thoman E.
sonic insect, enemies, yet in Bradford gain. Thrift successful businessno matter
FOR RENT-At KIngsley rark clean U. Bil'lIinlC.Irs.: M. J. Fonts, Nat
county the orchimli have had but whether you be farm hand or bank president. "
and comfortably furnished apartment Sternberg, L. R. Gainey, N. D. Wainwright
)little trouble in this Whenspraying
' Is advisable respect.the open I for small family Mrs. Flora T. A. Andrews, Susie Dell, To achieve success..-associate with success. This organization
B. Cady! Phone 102. 6-d-tf. :Mrs L. A. Reynolds, Rev. A. A. Post,
growth of the trees make. every leaf is successful. Its officers assist
:Mrs. W. I.. Bugg, :Mrs. J L Hood A. can you in numerous waysif
," and, getatable.While SEEDS I If not mailing
twig already on our
l F. Pt'tt'rllonIrs: Louise Williams, will make this bank and them
you your permit to help
the production! of nuts In the list and! receiving catalog, send you.
Hermas LeClaire, A. J. Griffls, C. P.
country Increases year after name and l address for our interesting
.yearT Waldo, T. C. Hazen, J. E. Futch, T.
and instruct e new fall cata
J. Terry, A. O. Strickland, J. S. Starling -
t <(. HOW'S THIS? log. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City,
O. T. Nelson, B. F. Renfroe, D.

do HAI.1/B what w.CATARRH oh1l11ror It-MK1MCINE rid your ..y.lemi will Fin. 7-20-71-8-31; ; L. Sllcox, S. J. Futch, W. S. Futch, Start Today---This Week---But Start

LI of Cntarrli.JIALI3 Catarrh. vr Uean.. cuumj by FOR SALE:Missionary and Klondyke Rev. T. .1. Hedges, :Mrs J. W. Griffis,

CATARRH MEDICINE: cen- Strawberry plant, any quantity H. P. Pout., :Mrs.V A Stewart, B W
sbta! of an Ointment witch QuliklyRfhvvea Hf'.III'lrl': Ben Johns, W :M Red.urv Bradford County Bank
t the carnrrhiil: Inflammation, and I growing on new land, form fresh
i the Internal Medicine, a Tonic ..bu-h fl.irta, readv .Jul," lt. If interest .
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acts through the mood on the Mucous: I :ttfU J.-
, Surface. thus season to restore mill condition I rr. MH> by eutiytaa.id...
,; Hold tv> tlruKKl'ta for over ID Y..ar.. I I rir1-,'Ofc the laud t ., > "CD tai It C..I\
F. J. Cheney .A Co.. Toledo O.I FOR SALE-A desirable place, cots owl f 3vUu! ..liQ. <.rce .



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::' = Sturni)'s. I was ;tin- i t-:ucxt: of her cousin, :Mrs. A. :MISS\ STRUT ENTERTAINS: 1\. U/: | by the pastor. ,
I IV.. :Mo.ne.\ I
KLL'B: i Prayer meeting every Wednesday:. ,,
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss[ Annie Dar- i -
evening at 8.
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II .; I3is( of Local (Q) l b.Mrs.. :\ E. :\[I. Johns and little daughter -1: :\Mis Amy Moore returned homo\ on :Miss Hilda :Stru.thentertnlned the

Gloria! left yesterday for Balsam :Monday, .i dtl'!' spending) a while in K. K. Klub] Friday afternoon at thc rilOOItAM

11 Information X. C., where they will spend Jacksot.Mhe and Pablo Beach. club house. First week of tho evangelistic meeting -

I several weeks. I I The sun )parlor \vas decorated with to beKIU on next Sunday at the

Concerning Our People II. P. F.mts and two little soilS, of zinnias in wall vases And hanging Christian church. 4
II Business and N. Sternberg has bought the S. A. Lakeland, his mother, :\11"1.: J. I baskets, which made an attractive You arc cordially invited to hear

Progress in the County and Town. (GJ) Bryan cottage on Water street, and Fouts, .r Nokomis, Snrn-otu county, 1 setting for the card, tables, on which our minister, W. E. Dougherty, 5

moved his family there during the I Mr. ami :Mis. W. A. !Stewart, of Lily, were, placed dishes of salted! 1 nuts. preach tho gospel I, and his ion, William (

.- -. II!) ,, early ]part of the week. I II Harder cuunty, urn guests of Mrs. H.I :Mrs. (>. L. Benxley made high score who arrived yesterday from .

II. Lewis, northwest, of Starke. They, and was presented a pair of beautiful Fulton, Ky., sing thu gospel Thus '
:1.I Partridge spent Tuesday j 1:1:, :Mi-[ .1 I
: W. F.lidJletnn: spent Friday I A carload of Ford .nd Lincoln can formerly !lived here and Mrs. Fouts cnndles, while :Mrs. N. :Sternberg; received you will hear the gospel in sermon ', j t
ill- in JiKlv-.onv.lle! at the homo of her !,and another of Fordson tractors have st.ilI'n.) property just west( of town. n deck of cards for low sl'orl.1 and In song. Do not fail to Attend. "

brother, }R. (C. ;Duwliuw'. been received by the local Ford agency Their many friend are glad to meotj i The hostess presented the guest!! pruen Our preacher accords honesty to If':! '

J. V,'. AndrewI, Jr., spent during the last few days. them. I II box of stationery, to Miss l ElmaBobinette. I all. lie does not ask you to believe !'It: .
.. in Jacksonville shopping. H. 0. Brown of Jacksonville, is I anything which he cannot read to \ >it

spending\ a two weeks vacation here :Mrs. Ralph E. Rhodes and little I :'I11"18 Louise and Ladle Griffin, The hoxtess served a delicious ice you in tho Bible. 1\\ '. \ .
i 1. =Nelson, of Saxton, had busi- with his family.Mrs. who I course, with marigolds favui Sermon Themes .
son, Ralph, Jr., have returned to their.I haw been visiting their mint, as I
-tnrko !fnt'i-daj*. homo in Tallahassee after spending I :Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, left TUl'sd'If'r' Thoso, enjoying Miss Slruth't hospitality 8umla.\ Aug. i>-H a. m., Many t :it .

[ S. L. Peek entertained, the :' several weeks at :Magnolia): Lodge their Ii''ittt' in Brunsoii S. (I'. 'They, were, Mosdamos A. Z. Adkins. :Man mmi. S p. m. -The DUclples'! .' ,"

!Kenfroe{ of New.; Uiver, wan :Merry Workers Tuesday afternoonat Kingsluy lake. I were ih umpnnied homo by Churles ]11 O. L. Uousley. K. K. :Neff, Kdwurd: i I'ower. i

:-uturday.Ueninant her K.'ngnley lake cottage. Ii i Lucian Kickliter who will spend) aj I Rums, Jf. Sternberg F. I.. Turner, I Monday, S p. m.-Who Will Go to '

month with relatives. : E.' J.. Bliigs, J.V.. Andrews ,lt.., K.M. :. Heaven ?
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Davis and children ,a i
: sale at Stump's. :Mrs.[ W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, Miss Jewel, Edward and Cor- ; I IWDIIlo..G Johns, 12. S. MaUhou", (t,. M. In-I Tuesday, S p. m.l'hrlillbove All I
returned home Friday after visit F. F. H. of Wednesday 8 The I
a man, Stump, Brown, : p. m.- Holy
bctt, of Hastings, left :Monday after : : PAKTY ron :MISS:
Engineer Weest of Hampton with her sister, Mrs. 0. J. Griffln. i York, J. T. Moore\ of I.awtey, Misses 1 ] Spirit's Help.Thursday .
a visit nt the home of :Mr.\ and :Mrs. CANKAltlNKMI ] :; :
,-Itor to Stake Saturday.h I, G, C. Sweat. 1o'1011'lIllntthews:\ Mabel ,:. -< 8 p. m.-Jesus Saves. ,
Mils Josie Hoffman, who has been of Lawtvy, Elma Uoblnette, \ lII'1 Friday, 8 I p. m.-Thu Three Salva- .
seeds. 1 visiting her aunt, Mrs. Kate David, I \ :Mabel r.uwara.s gave a swimming Struth, Margaret Long, Olui-a tton I .
garden just received in
I returned Tuesday to her home in I The 1 persimmon trees nt Oak Crest partl'umplimentary: to :MissMildred I Shepard! Mal.el Weller.lillIuI1l. Saturday, 8 p. m.-Throe Mountain I
nnd bulk.' J. F. Kickliter
<'s in Jacksonville.Mrs. farm on Lafayette street, are loaded : ( ''amicline of Lawtey, I See-not '
I in the Lifo of Christ.Stirring .
I with fruit, and :Major Fred Dock, the .,' evening at the summer ThUrS-j
gospel Come and !
: I,; l.l' .'<;CIII.oS: FOU() P.UIUI{ ; songs.
11' ert Kitch motored to Gaines- : [ E. :M. Davis and little daughter owner, will soon be busy gathering of Col. and :Mrs. A. Z. be at home! with us.. Services one l
:hursday\ to visit. friends. Jean and disposing) of his crop. King-ley luk.fh' ... I It
will go to Archer tomorrowto hour to one and a quarter hours.
.\ refreshing swim the ,\ her in J.awto11'8.: J. '1'. S
visit her parentMr.: nnd11': *. )r a guest home Dring"" your Bible if you wish.
I r. Griffin is having: repairs done ; Anderson.F. Thomas Limbnugh, Gerald Middle- sat' dun' to a delicious supper! of I"nn"IIV) \ ,' a delightful! I bridge luncheon ; ,

re-idence on X. Walnut street. ton, Alvin Beck and Eugene Turner fried chicken, potato salad, sandwich Thtirxdny from ono to four p. m., .

II. Long, his sons, Alien andRichard left Tuesday for Anniston, Ala., to es, olives and Ice tea. in honor of Mr*. Julian Sandorrtl, a lit I' IlST OHUKHJ ItUII.E'lIN I ,
H. bert Ritch and C. A. Knight attend the month's training at the Besides the honOI' guest, Miss :?\.lil- charming! bride.
and Merrill :McMillan:\ I
spent The services of thu church/ Sunday .
1 iiduy in Jacksonville- : and i citizens training camp. dred ( .u-rndine, there were present }tl'''. SandurfU, \ was formerly Miss! ] on
Friday: Saturday fishing at Lake promiHU' to lip of Hpecial interest.Yh .
Hall in Putnam :Miss l Dorothy Edwards, of Jacksonville Mildred CarrixliiU', daughter of :? .
,
county.CorIeth.Waite Hlliln school hid '
Lewi, ot Jasper, is visiting Mr.\ and :Mrs. George C. White returned :Misses Florence :Matthews and and :Mrs. J. H. Tarradino, of \11"1 an nttcndanco
-tel'. :Mrs. J. C. Robinson. I :Mr.- who has- been Sunday evening from Kings- Hilda St ruth, Messrs. ]Rembert Cur- whoxo. marriage to r thu :
dospitu
Icy lake, where they were guests of rudiiK. and 1 Lmiriu Edwards, of I.aw- thrill of I'atnn Kniige, I.H., took place "inn.' 10 pkii-
employed for the several weeks
,if Bermuda onion -eed beets I : past Mr. and :Mrs.\ S. L. Peck and! :Mr.\ andMrs. toy, i c'III'1 I Johns, David Moove tint! in Jacksonville! on July :2!I IHt. did/ spirit that iirovados' all thu wtukof f ..
Mitchell's lUg store, left Wednesday t thu church -
cannot he
,ihbage/ in bulk. J. F. Kickliter.i for Jacksonville. : [ DeWitt C. Jones. ._ Julian :Snmlerlll: of Baton Rouge; La. The accomplished hostcxs; xorved a by n little. wet cnnly weathur.dampened Wo c
---- .ilainty menu of chicken salad, -
born [ Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Canova, 1'. E. :MK. AM:; !") :.lll$. 1NMAN:' : :; KNTKU-::; : ed tuna fish in timbaleM, celery 1'01\111-1 shall take pleasure in greeting scholars '
i"n was tor.: and :Mrs.\ Supper will be served at the club
mid visitors
:
: Conovn Paul Canova, Jr, :Mrs. Florence on Sunday at 11:15a. : '
TAI1': GAUDS) hot rolls and! butter, pickles olives,
\ Bishop last Tuesday the 31st house ,
: Friday evening, beginning at m.
Powell and F. .\.
( Powell, Billy 1 Iced ten, and! for desert, pineapple) .
6:30: proceeds to go to the club house Divine worship at I 11:0i 1 } when thu I
: ,
Canova motored to Jacksonville Fri
:Mr. and 1 :Mrs. G. ;M.[ Inniun entertained sherbet with candied cherries, caramel ,
fund. You are invited to attend. paxtor will speak on "Tho Man Who :'
day. a few friends at auction bridge 1 cak.
I ..ml :Mrs.ViII fowling of "
I Almost Arrived. All!I members
TuemUiv evening at their cozy bungalow The guests Included! : r .\. Z. Ad aro ,
.1 i 'nville, are guests of Dr. and will be served the club
Supper at 1)0
] F. .\. Crowder returned home :Monday home. Towards thIS close of kins Mlssex I lucia Struth and Florence reiiuexlcd to present at this sel'I I I
\v. Mid.llcton.: house Friday evening, beginning at vice.
from Lake City. :Mr.\[ Crowder the e\cmng the hostess served shrimp :M.ilthews' of Starke, :Mrs." J. IICiirniiline ,
(5:30: proceeds to go to the club house conducts a largo dry goods and clothing Senior and junior U. Y. 1'. U. meek
salad, sandwiches, picklux, sultines I :Miss :Mabel F..lw"rd"1': -
iail building and premises have fund.,) You are Invited to attend. business there, which requires a at 7:110: p. m.; followed tho uvuilingservice
.. and iced tea (1'11I1nlIpl'Irs: Coorge UobertH, Miss.
-uwor system, connected with at HlUVe/) xhall
: gather
of his time. on
part Aiming tim guests were Mr.[ and :Mnrgnvet Godwin, :Mrs.V.. F. God
,
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vn sewer line. Supper will be served at the club the church lawn, Hhould the wnthir
:Mrs. Ii. :M. Sistrunk, :Mr. an.I :Mrs.[ C. win, !Mr. Charlin. Ilurrk! :Mrs. U. W.
house [Friday evening, beginning nt has permit, otherwise thu choi-Hi., Tho It
Sam Anderson, of Archer, who Hoovicr. in
A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs.I Frank Mrown, :Mrs. Will Edwards' Mrs. K.
'I. -- Cassie White left Thursday 0:30;:: proceeds to go to the club house been visiting his sister, :\11'8. E. M.\ It. Thcdu- illustrated sermmiH on Tho !'ilgrlm'-

',. Hillgirt, N. C., where she will fund. You are invited to attend.) Davis, left Tuesday for Anniston, \ i Progress will continue.. I On) Sunday.

il l the remainder of the summer. Ala., where he will enter the citizens ItlillXil-; : PAICIY HiltISIIOliS evening, all tho pictured shown thin
Supper will be served,I at the clubhouse training camp. CLASS EXTEUTAINS:= : :; ; far will be briefly\ reviewed no that .i

:Men's heavy blue work :shirts Friday evening, beginning attilr MIM.l LuMira: Gl'lIhnm1: rll. A. z.\\ I HlrangerH may have the oppoitunityup J j ,.

';:3c; at Stump's. :: (>, proceeds to go to the club house Yard vtide yellow homespun! AdkniH ami 1 M re. ]Ralph, L'::. Uhodi It wan a fine group of young people ."eciiig them; andu! shall follow ,

fund. You are invited to attend. lOc yard :it Stump's.Mrs. tt'rt,lill.1 informally Tuesday afternoon that gathered at the Baptist pur- I Pilgrim xtill farther on his way to .

trt. LuMira: [ Graham and son, Bil1 ut Magnolia! Lodge! ; complimentary I Manage/ last Thursday! evening when the ('elexlial City.We. C
1 J-, 'vent to Jacksonville Wednesdayt 1000) /) shoes special sale till Philntbea class, of which :Mrs.[ J.
olVer
pair on : Stanley] C. Carnell, who spent to :\[1'V.' n. Harvard, of Tampa an seeking to thu good I
pend week. J. I Hullt'M I I is. t hut teacher, entertained! I of Starke
< a at Stump's.Mrs. last week with her parl'ntsIr.: and and :Miss Hilly Williams, of Ft. peciplo such things that
:'III's. F. A. Scott, returned Saturday Meade.Evergreens: ,. the members of the Itaraca clasn! J. will I it t I tutu lute thouitht and <|uicken ,

:\tr-. E. S. :Matthew went Tuesday : W. B. !Harvard, of Tampa, has ',I to her home in Ormond.,! She was ac were used in profusion T. Quigley teacher. interest In uholemmie living Tho :

t< Brooker to visit :Mrs. John Shrivc' returned home after a week's visit I' (companied far as Jacksonville by for dec-orating/ the porch where thu There were thirty of the young, attendance upon thu acrylicS of thu f,

with :Mrs. LaMira: Graham at Kings- her mother, Mrs. Scott. card, tables were placed. At the cloxu'f folk, who spent the evening in amusing church encourage ux to believu' that )t

ley lake. the game it was found that Miss and. yet profitable giiinex, ami! in : t there in a generous recognition, .of our

Miss Emma B. Strickland of Kings- Mr. and :Mrs.' W.1.:\ Wilder, of FlorencebtthcwK:\ had made! high social] conversation. Punch was! ,nerv- I UII t.ItIKh efforts. to serve tho people.Wu .

k-v 'Jake, is spending this week with I :Miss\ Billy Williams, of Ft. :Meade, Lake City, motored' here Sunday and score and ;Mrs. N. SU-rntu-rg low. i>d I throughout the evening and before welcome you, with your famileH -

h"r sister, :Mrs. E. W. Hayes. who has bl'en'isiting :Mrs. Ralph E. (pent the day with Mr. and :Mrs. I. After the presentation of the prizes their. departure all I !partook, ,of and! friend te'':
I Rhodes lake has returned ice cream and cuke.
at King Iey II. I'lirtridot'11'11./ : Everyman, who the hostesses served a delicious ice : -- :
J. E. Maines and John Padgett, of home. spent' the past three weeks! in Lake No Worms In a Healthy Child'
course. .j
Lake Butler, were visitors to Starke City, accompanied Mr. and :Mrs. Wilder !- The Churches All chHilron Irnuhlrd wllh Worm, his. no uti-
'I Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and daughter, I IWith I Il'UESU''I'tUI.S h..lth..k"" wrlilt h Inilkalri' "ptmr |tilo.tI.)| | mid, a.l
Sunday. to> Stnrke. file. Cureu in b'" 14 IurttCgl'.ta iul,. lhir" .t m nmra nr I I... ..tninni'h diiitiirljaiir( ..
Elizabeth, have left for :North' and ri-funrt m-wy I If PA7O: OINTMKNT I fall'I __ (.HOVKH 1A.SIH.KSH 11111.! IONIC: lllv.,,, It'MII'
in "ur ItLhiDH. filmd(: JlctftliliM M I ri'truiliuu' ; IMf K Puny 'fur twiiir thrtsi wrrb wll1 ..urkh "Pin |hloool.| |
Miss Henrietta of Lake South Carolina, for month's visit :
Padgett, a :Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, Annie .. .
/: '. ut.y t M ': ,4 I"I i.g, 1". ,' r.I.! y -, i. 9 .
.1. ''.? Irnpr.v 'lhotlgwtlonNni' 51a S MOI..aI'( !! "'*niftllrniurt t
| pit-(
Butler, was a guest of :Miss[ Iris Ep- with relatives and friends. who have been guests. of :Mrs. S. ? TimU'tn tha whiil ymrni.. Nalurit, ..111"0"I (
person> first of the week. I i E. Brownlee and :Mr.' and. Mrs. J. :M. Sunday school at I 10 a. m. throw nrf"r dlaii. ih. w".n.aol" ii...*( hllil wlllbatn I
,*rfM-t haalib. PlMMUt .-... Hut iwr ........
I Mrs.[ J. C. Adkins and children, of I Brownlee! returned Monday to their $10 RewardIf Prvaihing! services at 11 a. m. and

Mrs. Thornton B. Strinirfellow, of Gainesville, will go to Kingsley lake home in Palatka. They were accompanied 8 p. in.Strungers. JOIN( THE: YEOMEN: j .

Gainesville, left Tuesday after a vis- tomorrow and will occupy the J. :M. I home by little Miss Martha he I Is! an honest man who found, always! welcome. .

it with Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. I Alvarez cottage. I Brownlee, who will upend the weekin Wednt'dday, on the :Middleburg/ road!, T. J. IIKIH5KS) 1'rotherhood: of American Yeomen.. ,

Pnlatka. one envelope with Belgian money, he Minister. of Ihs Moines, Iowa, will sell you tho 4 ,
Miss :Margaret Godwin, of Lawtey, :Miss\ Irene :Mimms and little sister I I will return the envelope and moneyto cheapest legal reserve 20-pay life insurance .

was the guest Tuesday of :Miss\ :Margaret and, brother, Louise and Billy, of The Law Bible class will hold its the Telegraph "office and, receive MKTHOIllST: ) j i in Florida. No charge/ for I

/ Long. I Jacksonville, arc guests of :Mrs. K. regular] business meeting next Tuesday -I the $10. examination. c cAge .
:
A. Weeks at Kingsley lake.A 4 p. m. at the ('hurch.It.'mb.r! < Last Sunday, morning; ;;; the congregution 14 per month) $2.17; age 21,

John Powell returned Saturday of the class and Home Departmentare wen delighted. with special!, I $2.31111'0:\; 2J! $2.17& ; age 30, $2.70; A

from a trip to Asheville and other ,I IP daughter was born to :Mr. and urged to be present. One hour music liy, :Mrs. E. I D.) Iinvm anti her age 35, $2.!)M; age .1/1!(), $:1.35; age 45, 1

mts in :North Carolina. | :Mrs. Ralph Alvarez on July 12th. will he spent for business and the throe children Miss Jewel, Edward:, $3.80; age 1 M, $1.12& ; age 55, $:.2H; 4 '

_____ The young lady has been made Doro- remainder of the afternoon for visiting And Cotl.ttt, of HaxtingH. These four age 00; J, $11.51.; | Every additional. thousand ,

F. A. Canova, of Jacksonville, was | thy. the sick or those unable to at. gifted l musicians rendered. sacred mu- $ tw: less per year.

a guest of his parents, :Mr. and .' tend. sir in n most inspiring' manner. Whole life much cheaper. '*

E. E. Canova, last week. lril'l Gingham lOc yard at Stump's SundRY, 'school at 10:00:( a. rn. L. See K. S. Humphrey and insure _

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Thomas Llm- I. J'rt'M' "tt, a'Hlftant superinti-ri'lerit.. .. ',our life and protect, your loved. ones. t

C. A. Knight and G. K. Lewis mO.1 Chandler Stith and Frank Berger, baugh, :Misses Elizabeth Brownlee Prviuhing at 11 n. m. r.'id ,i. on. 7-211. i

toted to Jasper and Madison[ and of Daytona' Beach, spent the first of :Mary Brownlee andIiss: Evelyn

spent the week-end. I' the week as guests at the home of Taylor of DeLand, spent the weekend .
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:Mr.' and. :Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. at the State Farm with :Mrs.! t r____ ._. _. ._ _ _. __J-IJ-LJ-Ip .,

Earl Roberts, of Lawtey spent last Browrdee's] brother, J. S. Blitch, and

:Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. E. I* :Mrs. W. C. Howell and Mrs. Elan- family.Mr. "

RijCgs. ton, of Valdosta, Ga., are guests of i
:Miss :Mildred Crosby and her mother, : '. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman have Insurance that covers FORHIRE

See the new dress! crepes at :Mrs.\ Crosby.Mr. gone on a trip north, and will visit I your home-
Richmond and Petersburg, Va., to
Stump's.Mrs. : and :Mrs. J.1: Mitchell: and Akron Ohio, on a visit to their son, protects them.too 1 JJ

John Ritch of Valdosta, Ga., daughter, Luelle, returned Thursday }{. R. Hoffman,'also Newark:' Ohio, Your home was built for )ou.

came Saturday for a visit at the home from a motor trip to Lake City, :Madison Mr.[ Hoffman's old home. They will your ife and jour children. If J

of :Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. and Valdosta.E. probably cull at other places besides, fire destroys if. and it in uninsured -
I
but to return to Starke about
expect
you may not be able to build
Miss Hilda Struth spent the weekend B. Shipman, of Frostproof, was the 20th inst.Monday again You will lime. you home Hudson Super Six by

.in.. !_Starke:__ Wednesday to renew ac
with :Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins at Kings- pn -your children their Inheritance.This .
ley lake. qualntances.Ir.: Shipman had beento the foJJin; party from

I ; Green Cove to visit his father, Col. II Gainesville, who had been staying at agency will a"Hurtou if I Trip or Hour

Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton, of I V. E. Shipman.Mrs. Kingvlcy lake, returned home, Mr. a home. after I".... by fire if you

Stonington, Colo., are visiting at the and Mrs. Robert Glass;( Jack String- insure jour property in the Hartford -

home of her father, F. C. Haislop. I : :M. E. Edwards/ :Miss\ Mabel[ f.lowliuel! :\ Lena Chancey Lena Fire Insurance ( iimpnny.
Edwards and Laurie Edwards, of Thurman, :Mildred Thurman, Katherinc For over a century the Hertford

T. J. Terry, a well known Lawtey |I Lawtey, are spending the week at Tucker Margaret: Hocfcer[ ) Messrs: has bern helping property owners

business man, was visitor to Starke Kingsley Hke with :Mrs. A. Z. A'l- Franklin West, Fal Johnson, Truman to rebuild after fire come,

kins. Green, Finley Williamson, Allan
Friday.To I FOR !SAFE A :Nil; STUBINnLKANCE.
Haile, Frank Crom and John Dial. I
.ll...... the edlcloo little daughters :; : ; :. t \LL
nr a :Mrs. O. L. Haynes and i Smith's
m.t loa m.. than I"ur ifl..i it '
Garage
-_ so..M _... .ItUS sd Sara Hope and Georgia/ left last Col. D. F.. Knight was a professional
utbartta propOTtoM.Tutt's week for a visit at Fail-burn, Ga., visitor to Jacksonville Mon J. R. Davis & Co. I

Pills I'! with :Mrs. Haynes' mother, :Mrs.\ R. day. _
P. McLarin. Areniry Established I iIUj PHONE 120

P.-M tlMM. _IIUM. sad .p-.lilT 1 Miss- Sinah :Moore spent the weekend STAKKK.: TI.A. ,
'_-.or-. |. .... kvwvto ...... _--* Every day l bargain day at in Jacksonville and while there I .











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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 '.
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CIIIPSDrown NEGRO"OFFICER" T-S"-- LIGHTNING'S (' WORK I

r. .......... ......... ENOUGH: ; ETECnSG"-IIF.I.l: Sen. Hiram Johnson
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r .........................................- I sugar will\ not get hard and ON FOLK CHARGES(; One :Man Killed and One Stunned Home from Europe I -

da '.
r. Near Ruiford Thur ,
lumpy if it is kept in an open jar or I

; ((1 With The Bradford canister in the ice box. Walter Johnson Eurci"loduthority: ,) I Milliard ("Dude"-! ) Johnson, as dead (

i Too Freely Say Local OffioersBound and another colored man, George! I /

If you'd give house ants the "gate" Over to I the Circuit Court received serious shock during
Farmers Tr>' on, a
County Mix 'em up a poisoned bait. On $700 liond.Gainesville n hl'athunder storm near

ti I I ..J Killing those that rest outside Raiford, Thursday of last week.( I 2'rF
I.
I I... Can be done with bisulphide. ; July :L'7! -Private deter The men were engaged! in lining\ I

ll.m I: J) : ting is not ell its cracked up to be with brick und cement a Brave in I

i'i' \\ A HOp of cowpeas and sorghui -or at least that is the conclusiorwhich Sapp cemetery, intended for tlu I la..t
i, l > ki lU'UW. COMMON( :SENSE:
CANNER .1t L S'I' I'SK ONLY ,i I sown together in summer should fui Walter Johnson, negro reached resting place of Davis Cason, of

I KKSIIESI'/ :: VEGETAU1EH: : I nish a much better forage crop than after preliminary hearing before Raiford who had died two days hc-
a
'I ; I|' \\lu-riin it I Is Learned the Insects State and Protects the fodder, farmers usually persist i in Judge I U. i). filers :Monday morning fore. The interment was to take
: its People from .
Should <;,r From firkin* Inlo l Kettleto I PretentlngKcnioMilt pulling. Planted later than July, however Johnson was bound over for trial lit place, at 2 p. m. The work to be
of Plants by
Misriiso
( Present Spoilage I i' \\ilhout Inspection I this hay crop will be light. the Fall term of circuit court on four done to the vault before interment

1'' } I charges, assault! with Intent to commit could take place, was nearly completed 3rAT3

"Out of the garden into the cans" I I A few gallons of gasoline-if you murder, two charges of assnull when, about 1 p. ,.in., u :turri-

( might be n homemaker's erv1 1C I| (By Spuds Johnson) prefer not to ride on the train-\vi! and battery and one of highway robber fic thunderstorm!! descended
motto, suggests! home dem'J1stratlonworkers. I Kvcry: day, in every little old way, bridge the distance to Gainesville Mi .. Bond in the sum of $700; was the neighborhood, and u deluge that I

d After vegetables have I'm learning more and more law. And Farmer, where you and family can furnished by Sheriff E. E. Boyce of) might well be classed with cloudbursts l I

I this time I came very near to being of farmers' week the workmen to quickly I
been gathered, tho longer they stand take advantage pro St. Johns county.According drove ,
.shut behind the bars, and bars of"tl.1
before they are put up the greater up grain: August 6-tl. to city police officers seek shelter. The nearest protection -

of don't you forget. Gainesville last from the furious rain aa hag
the chance spoilage.To Johnson appeared in
I ; It all made mudder'n heck, too, I
me
get an early start in the morning The annual farmers' week over at Week, telling the local officers that he pine tree. They had hardly reachedthe I

c .some homemakers may (father for awhile. One thing I remember: Gainesville is planned to come whe was here in search of a negro wanted tree before it was struck b>' lightning

before and, I aying-and I !guess! I said many of farm people are least busy. Whether killing: Johnson, and j
t their vegetables the night by the sheriff of Bradford county for, instantly
3, l let them conk over night. They mayeven them-WHS "This here country of you are busy or not, make you jumping bond. lIe is said to have shocking Tryson so se\etel.\ till ht, }

s go,( so! fur:' as to hell the peasor ours in no longer the land. of the free.A plans to go there and benefit fror made a statement at that time to the, fell to the ground und remained fora I 1 iii

1 i l cut the bean the night before man can no longer: do as he pleases swapping experiences with other fat effect that he had been sent here tc while unconsiciuos. :

t wait even with his own oroperty. I and the specialists. had its fury,1
t they arc canned.. Other women moors spot this runaway. After the storm spent
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but I understand I
provoked -
wins! plumb ,
,
till tho morning to Bather the vegetables some one passed by sod! di-.eovi.'ri t
fr but the day is! so full that they it all\ now. Mr. Peanut Grower, prepare ye now Later on the same' night negro residents !the dead man and the plight of the I

\ L are not able to get at their canning Jt was this way: A. Sunday or two those stacking poles for the peanu of the North end of town re living and haslsut': I to R.m'ird, 1" ",n-.
ago I win visiting! ws'.n( i..y folks ov..rto to be not let ported that a negro representing himself Andrewsvho, had
1 1'' curly no the vegetables are left for crop, the cross pieces form lion. A. D. I
officers "was holdingup
g hours, in the hot kitchen or I lying in Neighbor Ben Strickland's.Vhil than a foot from the. ground. Do not as a police employed the men, of the occurrence I ,

1 cold water, or standing in the jars Ben and I were out looking at his wait till the crop is ready to stuck people and demanding" money for Mr. Andrews immediately .sent a car I

; before they go into the canner or in trops and !stock! the boys were downto Put not off till tomorrow what can letting them go. Johnson is alleges to the place, and Tryson was !broughtto :
b have held Frank Lloyd, nn
the mill pond, the girls were play- to negro
the water bath, I steamer or cooker better be done today.A town and cared for and the body of
$ k ing house and the wives were busier'n to have handcuffed him and demanded
have cooled. Johnson was brought to its former
) until they .
everything talking and looking at the I THOUSAND: FARM FOLK several dollars for his release. home near Starke. s 1
the
{ All of these tongs may cause flowers. When we got ready to go The "Officer" was located bj ____
g flat This is I PREPARED) FOR FARMERS: negro The driver met the funeral cortegeof f t
g result! known us sour.which develop the ma'am had a bunch of rose, poinHettia i WEEK:, STATE U I'EHOITYPreparationl :; Officer Shelton Hall shortly after the late Mr. Cason and he informed L.Fj' ;

j'' caused, by organisms and !grape vine cuttings thalien's midnight in an alley in the rear olAanaq Newsom whom Funeral Di. .- !
,
t between the time the vegetable iapicked I Ray
t vy and when it is canned. Sometimes I wife had given her. are being made for an sj; it! ajaqvi ajB.O; Bixtpmv: aired rector Jones had put in charge, of
J Of course we were glad to get them he was waiting for the early) JHL
thousand fact _
P the food is spoiled before it Is attendance of a people what had happened, also of the Fj' :
and took them right on home and set farmers, farm women and farm children morning train. When arrested he i 1M the deluge had nearly filled the grave ,

ei' canned. should, be curried them out. I thought that would be -during Farmers and .Frui alleged to have made some remark with water and that the brick work I ISen.

..h All canning processes quickly as possible. the last of it for me-except for a Growers Week at the University of to the effect that he would "beat up' was not completed. Mr. Newsom decided -

: As Boon through as the as cooking of the jars Is I bit of care now and then-till the Florida, August C-ll, according to an Officer Hall, whereupon Hall struck that the only practical thing to
l grapes were bearing. But it was not authorities having him several times over the head and
completed they should be removed announcement by do was to put oft! the funeral \until 10a.

; from the canner, !scaled, washed and, to he. it in charge. carried him to the city jail. He was m. the following day, the more so,
Some way or some how state plant later removed to the county jail, borne after
in cool but not too cold,,I Reports being received indicate attendances because he had to serve at a funeral Hiram Johnson,
net place
V a board inspectors found out that cut- from of the here he was held until his trial four months in Europe, said, "I am
the
parts Starke forI
many in set m. same
because, too great a change from then p. either of
not of politic,
had been moved from linking
tings one property Monday.
the to break state never represented at the farme day. individual. There
heat may cause jars I myself or any
Pal i to another and without inspec- short courses at the state's college of Sheriff Boyce of St. Johns county) Milliard Johnson was about 40 was.no domestic politics> tn my talk

i ik iI "MOW THE WEEDS") : IN tion. They came to see me. It was a agriculture. Letters from a numbe was informed of the arrest by Sheriff years of age, a son of Jesse Johnson, In New TXnli :a at week. If. I am

THK: PASTl'KE. IF EST mighty hot day when they came andI of counties, and communities announ Ramsey and came to Gainesville for who during his life time was a man liNe l 1r tM rrisr.tmr months I hall.p'r

F i ,RESULTS: AKE: EXPECTED I guess all of us together were kinder des planned motorcades of farm pea the trial The St. Augustine officer respected and liked by all for his industry : iier.pralljr aa" the cr.ttttr"dt international! which relaturd our-

saucy. pie. These parties are probably due stated that he had sent Johnson hereto honesty and good behavior. count.>, In my very bumble opinion

"Mow the weeds" is the advice, mosttimely Without explaining the details of to the fact that roads in almost! ever,; "spot" a negro wanted in that city. I Jesse, by means of hard work, hewed afantd( maintain
the little fuss I'll I learned those
say direction out of Gainesville have been' Johnson is also under a $:5 bond : a farm out of the virgin forest
and imperative to the owners .
4 inspectors were acting under a FlorIda put in excellent condition within the for appearance in city court on a south of and bordering on the Dessert -
1 of right now in mid-summer,,
pastures law that made to us
was protect last few months. charge of disorderly conduct. 'I road, a short distance east of
and
according to W. E. Stokes, grass rather than to burden us. Had there
j reach the For Sale
attendance
i forage crop specialist of the FloridaExperiment been serious insect or disease en.t.mies Should:; the Starke. This farm later passed to
Station. any thousand mark, university official THE CITY BOY IN THE COUNTRYA Milliard, who tilled it and also did
on Ben's plants, they might school will be on j a
Heed the say the farmers l bricklaying> and carpenter work Hil-
"The main time to pasture
have been transferred to
t' has. pinned., Now'; is the time to pro. place those plants. I over should have my pur with the teachers school her certain city boy who is spendinghis liard Johnson was much respected by
on during the summer, as far as enroll all for his and trustworth- the
tect it from weeds and hushes, which written to the plant board at Gaines vacation with country cousins is industry Sixteen shares in

can bo done by running over it with yule to have. the plants inspected before meat is concerned.A astonished to find that these country iness. He leaves his widow, mother stock of FARM.
weeds purebred Jersey! bull calf and i a forward and several brothers to mourn their capital
the mowing machine before the moving them. That would have boys and girls are looking
1 latest set of Builey's Encyclopedia of Horticulture the of loss. The remains were interred in DEALERS
mature and bear seed, is the been done free to us and all the trouble with eagerness: to opening ERS AND
statement of Professor Stokes on this are being offered to the tw school in the fall lIe thinks is is because I the family burial plot on the homestead '
all I
avoided. After guess weare counties having the largest registered BANK of Lake Butler
and ,
i subject. they all belong to corn, pig
; living in good day amour .
y g ; I a pretty;
I Florida dairy and, livestock farmers way of doing business 1 is better attendance.The calf clubs, bread-making, poultry and George Tryson, who m narrowly Fla.

have been urged to establish pastures than when I was it boy. programs as prepared are planned canning clubs, and want to make re- escaped sudden death also !lives near

of Ik'rinuda, Mania, Carpet,,"I: \ to take care of almost ever; ports to the teacher about all the Starke and bears a good name. lIe
t ', phase! of agriculture of the state, as ( and then apparently suqered no I injury beside
and have raised
ullis and Vasey grasses lospedeza PORK! CAN HE VISED things they get
P
I well as home economics. Printed programs the shock, and is> said to be at work
r or Japan clover. Such n pasture CHEAPLY IN FLORIDA ready to show some of the things at Lockhart & Mathis

i' 1 once established' and, given the I I : have been placed in the hand the county fair and win prizes. Here again.

i'I I proper care and protection. will provide Pork production! in Florida I U declared of county and home demonstration is the conclusion of a letter which the Haines City Fla.

1 green !grazing for the farm animals by many farmers to be one of agents! for distribution to those who city boy wrote to his mother the other Robs Calomel of .
desire to see just what is being offer
day in the it ta naid. day:
every year their easiest problems. It is said that .
In the spring and early summer the' this state hits just about every facility ed. "I don't want to go back to that Nausea and J. L. SIMMONS
the planting The week will not pass without a old school next I think it Danger
experiment station urged : : for cheap meat production, especially city year. PLUMBER AND ELECTRICAL

of seed or seedlings\ giving: information 'I I pork. Even though meat has fair amount of play and entertain would be lots more fun to go to I Medicinal) Virtues Retained and Improved CONTRACTORESTIMATES
to how to the ::1 and 1, ment. Living accommodations can school here in the country where
as prepare : hit the bottom, or gone a long way in you -Dangerous and Sickening CHEERFULLY GIVEN
could be and be secured on or oil the universitlrumpus lots of In the to
where the.peed procured I that direcfl, there is no getting reasonable ave time summer Qualities Removed. Perfected Tablet Telephone 133-J
how to plant. That having been doneit around, the fact that every farm at rates.Ex'rlt.1CTs raise things and belong to boys' and called "Calotaba"The STARKE FLA.

remains to be seen that the resultant should produce enough to supply its girls' clubs I belong to a Turkey

+, y pasture is given proper protec own table and have a small amount FROM AGENTSPolk REPORTS OFCOUNTY Club, just Aunt Mary and I, and I I latest triumph of modern sci.lence A TUNICtrove's .
tion. Weeds spring and, if left just got to stay here and 'tend to
1 up for local markets, if for no other pur Is a "de-nauseated'' calomel tablet Tasteless chill: Tonic: restores
alone will do much to choke out the the turkeys Aunt Mary gave me four I
,
outlook known to the drug trade as 'Calo- Energy: and Vitality by Purifying ani -Citrus is good-oranges
and clover. And the seed pose.To turkeys and she kept four and
grasses I raise hogs cheaply permanent about 125 and grapefruit about young abs.: Calomel, the most generally Enriching: the Blood. When you fee': 1 its
this will spring up running a race to see which
from year's we are
t crop ". These
I pastures are lIecessllr) can 30 cent of normal. Grapes are iseful of all medicines thus enters on itrengthening, Invigorating effect sue howt
and there will not be per raise the finest before Chirstmas.
next year left to warrant I be had by establishing Bermuda, carpet I:>..inl{ shipped. Land is being prepared can a wider field of popularity-purified t brings color to the cheeks and, how

enough of the grasses : dallis, vasey and bahia grasses for fall crops. md refined from those objectionable It improves the appetite you will then

calling the field a pasture and Japan clover or lespedeza for sweet potatoes. qualities which have heretofer limited ippreclate Its true tonic value.roves .

t A day spent with a team and a grazing. All these can be planted on l'eola-Held citrus at I a use. Tasteless chill Tonic is simpiv
f mowing machine right now is a day I the land together and will In meeting ron and Quinine suspended in Sujleasanl ,
same syrup.
about In biliousness, constipation, head.
about Dadt ov.er
take Lake Wilson during the week, -Mango shipments -
well Anyone reluctant to blo, "t
>
spent I even children like it. The
'f that case supply good grazing every varieties aches and indigestion, and in a great
!IO attending.. Truckers att. of improved report -
; growers ,
to the sun during the hot days, may ,I month the In addition, such I persons leeds QUININE: :' to Purify It and IRON 'II
I fasten an umbrella to the mower and 1 in year. > Cloud have, organized and will In. good prices and increased demands. ariety of liver, stomach and kidney Enrich: It.* Destroys Malarial germs an..
I crops as Sudan grass, millet, sorghum their this winter. Avocadoes are just coming roubles calomel was the most sac-
'
cut the weeds while enjoying the luxury (reuse acreage jrip\ germ by Its Strengthening Invlgor-
I and peanuts can be grown in fine essful remedy, but its use was often
in and prospects are for a cropf : (snot Effect ?0c.r :.
cf the bhade.A : ,
,
I' Hummer. Also oats and rage and rape Lake-Grape growers ore marketng > quality fruit. eglected on account of its sickening): -

I fan be grown cheaply In winter. ualities. Now it is the easiest and
and fruit for good prices and feel opimistic. -
furnace, grinder polisher
new
Nothing'; is as Interesting as the most pleasant of medicines to take
I will be Puval Farmers being comincd -
has been installed!) in the Ford' Citrus crop largest are
f story of the farmer who has nctwmlly"dune ; the safest of One Calotab at bedtime, with a swal-
that
is
factory at Glassmore, pa., and in the history of the county; groves drainage crop
glass "
the thing. The following story low of water-that's all.! No taste
I there. in excellent condition. nsurances. Tile drainage would solve > ,
will\ bring increased production makes about by J. W. Gaskin of Okaloosa county I 'our-nfths of the crop failures in our no griping, no nausea, no salts. A / tl tlI
The Glass more plant
is interesting: ood nights sleep and the next mornIng -
Putnam for
Prospects large ounty.
of are a
feet glnsss! annually
7,000,000 square
"I broadcasted a 33-ncre field earlyin you are feeling fine, with n clean
about one-third of the requirements elegation of farmers from this count -
the spring and let it grow native there been the liver, a purified system and a big
of the Ford' Motor Company t g to Farmers! Week, Gainesville, Au- Walton Never has ap-
grasses, crab grass and Mexican closer ust 611. ruit interest here as now; our Pto.1 'etite. Eat what you please. No
old field I used this
)
( pursley pie' are making arrangements to set a inger.
Held for a pasture from :May[ through have Calotabs are sold only in original,
t II Habitual Constipation Cured i Seminole-Farmers are busy get- large acreage next season; placd -
In 14 to j I Days September, 30 cows and 33 hogs run. tlni' seedbed ready, and already con- 1 orders for over 20,000 trees tnis sealed packages, price thirty-Are

PEPSIN":' ping over it regularly. In October I Walton Win. cents for the large family package,
"LAX-FOS WITH U a specially iderable celery has been sown. t-cek. Watch
,prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa'.ive for llabnua' lint broke the land eight inches deep ten cents for the small, trial package. Cc\ Grind Our Own Lenses

Constipation It relieves promptly but with a disc plow and harrowed well Marion: -Am emphasizing the im-I St. Johns-Three of the purebred Your druggist is authorized to refund
Cor''14 21 days tODELAYyaines"'ille.
be taken regularly to
should
make seedbed for which
to oats
m to Induce regular action. It Stimulates! anti a ortance of field selection of seed ersey calves recently brought here the price as a guarantee that you will

Regulates.! eVery Pleasant to Tak.* 60c\ : were disced In with a seeder. The from Ohio have died of Texas fever. be thoroughly delighted with Calo- Florida..

per bottle. land was leveled with a 10-foot log and heavy chains attached to the Fourteen of them have been treated ibs.-(Adv.) 7-8-13t i
-
eeder. by state veterinarian.
:: <
< -- I "I pastured 40 cattle and 100 hogs .
H-HAROLD.HUME w../P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.
GENERAL INSURANCE for 43 days on this oat crop and har- Palm Beach-Harvesting; first crop Praaidral Vic.Pr.id.nt S... A T,...
,ested a good crop of oats from it In of r broom corn from 12 acres planted

INMAN & RITCHFIRE. ay. Then we broke the land and in m Everglades. Yield of first cutting Best:Fertilizers Insecticides :Sprayers* Poultry

planted it to White Spanish peanuts was about 1000 pounds cured product Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE bout the middle of June. Cultivated to m the acre. Slightly discolored in Prompt
Shipment
_II e it: twice with a weeder and once with andling but texture fine.
Located ia building of E. A. Strout Farm Aenc1 Office opea 14
an IS-Inch scrap, applied 200 pounds Ask your n.ighbor-Hcbnowi
Hour
Every Day.
of' 16-percent phosphoric acid to there Wakulla-Cotton prospects are "G. Uu. price list Wor;bayinc"

STARKE FLORIDA and harvested an excellent crop good. The boll weevil is doing[ much

of nut." damage to untreated field< E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, J.eluoBTule FU,






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= -1! l11ount-function: of the ;;; e8'I: ;'!;. vt, I'I

IClub Visits State Farm 1 in Trouble ] In closing the writer wishes to state The Nt"" Age. ORTELLA C1SKOWBKI.A. A"nlnl.trllllx., ;.

I Pond rnpn-"Well, nun, what did! Z. ADX1W. I',
t that he !is In thorough accord with .
.
lO\lll'arn\ shoal tod-iy! ? Sou-"A\v, Attorney fur EUtAU.!: .18.0t.lI.l0

-- Sunertintoi.ilunt! Blitch's belief that if I I
I aot much dad. We liudda couple of llr rrITII1l.11 ltl L u [ .ailUt'UGBT ..

i II VISITS STATE FARM I i imisiv.nn-i- who are (good prisoners are all opportunity can be afforded the I two rtvlers In history a three reid : Felt HKVDFOItU COUNTTFor
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iIi.\, \ ,.d I to) 1 play in the prison band and tonvict tu earn any wage or sum of I trnvo'!' KUo In Keo raivliy, nn,1I, "1''1t the Floral Ytar Ending Sfplrmbfr 30, ; ..

he purpose of the law ton other small but much desired money the same should be turned over I reel mi t time stoat 1)'. Thi-y IWOIM I ..I") in> 1924. .. "

who has been sentenced' privi.lees I to his family or dependents who, I It a \\'lId'ost pitch. ,. .moo tu \ iilv\ -- 4JFTIt ;;j
are accorded, those .t"0
rsitude for a term of the rules who obey t thuuffh mnoivnt of any crime, are of- : but they dent i. \it no '>'"i i.. '-- \hit it\i'ENjtIOC: '' :; ''FltlI: FliNt: \ ,
yours and
denied tho-o who do Widow Snlfirv nf rU-ik! uf Ito cll-outt court ) _.fu
i 1..111 dealt with so harshly not | ton made! I to suffer want as well as I OA uiitlliur and oluvk to county coinmlmluiipm 5_ 14

,'ituirly as to destroy his:. All this information was. o: mcnteul niiKumh and disgrace. I NontK; UK tom' sttm: i FiI 8U-K rn'lion. ,, mid- miU'nMj, "of- ...omm.Hlun-.1.800.00 '.' I ,,,

!' impartedto |' The middle Dices have passed and! :N.illcihrnliy "it'n tim' tnnli nml l.v vr* _- _,.,_...._ BOO.OO I 'j .;
languid and break him down the X-I-X members, following a' \ I&'ut.- ,.( that c.a, Lain i-\t>cutlim iK.,iu.d out of I I'ny of nhorlfT, for' nUomlimcd on countyI'liiiimlmlfinoi ?? '

., "l l in health, then the Tlor- substantial dinner ; % enlightened! civilization of today ; (tho circuit. court or Ilrailfont <':OUI1I.)'. MmIII a ? ._...-_..?.._. 60.00 ,I ,
i cooked and served : ,
in a certain FHIUU hurl-In .1 W. Anilivv "I.I. nf other OfTlrr and Km-
i
i-i 11011 Farm, an it is be- by convicts, while the :$ should take cognizance of the fact I antI J. W.ntl..w.. .. Ja aa-piriniira. P Iny MIVnnnu'H' \ '
party proceeded iliihm luiftim, >MM iintKir tlu. llriu 4o.0a' r
th.it it run deul too scvurly with its I lIa." mail tyl for county .
,,t' id under the direction of1 I to inspect the various deportment uf J. W. AI, ,..,,,.. A Sun,, 'ar,. |ilnintlir, uml' supi.,.. IitT' taf ,' oo.nll.lono.. .. .00 I
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.dent J. S. Itlitch, is a of the place under the guidance of1; law breakers. An to accomplish for \ any and goodpurposl' V.,idJ." ill P'\II.::\ to dtifomlnnl I the hluhwi: ,t, lm\uml o \t..mt., r'lhl'Ii: ,::.n,. I' ,1,01 Kvpalra! t l.a.to,,, -.I- ':t. .Itulhllngai- -I!--___________ 1 100,00 i::

Superintendent Blitch I "eye an eye a fur cn..li. In front of time cutirtliatuu dour in tail' ., __._ 100.00 .
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Captain SIHI'I' llimlfonl Count: '. '
Fluiiilu. ,
Mi.mlm. FurnHum
tooth for a tooth" policy cannot pos- ) nn anil TUlurra for I "
-11t the purpose or the injIan i Brown. ) SiiittnilH.r. 3. 11123 tbu lamo. 'bvlnv! n Ii-Knl j 1 '1".h.I.. .* ?._..... inn,on I ,
It'' i -ilily bear good fruit. .n't'! ilny. nnj lirt\vi.t tIe, Irunl I iioura "( ,u'.. \ ,,' '1 ._... ., 100.00 : "
to do such thing --- -- --- ,
The place on the whole was II... ,tot,,,,watg, ,1.b..1, r.'NI .ol.h' 1)'ln. ,u".t K\pfhn H of I i.mtiy, Uiiitttlng l .
lcd! if it can first restrain 10u.1cloall scrnpti-' :Must' of us unintentionally and many I I...,inn, in Itru.lforU County. Hc.rlilii. ".-.,1' : l .110", ",,, a ,"",.1 .tht-r, "1.1.1 -._. 400,00 .
and ns sanitary as II The Simlhi-niit gimrlur of Northeast IJiiin. I Ito I n.ht' ,itu.1 I mnl I nti' ... __.... '
reform th* taan nho has bunch of old of, us deliberately break IIWS'ery r iitul HID \\ ...ijunrlvr. of Hotithui.t! l/uiir- InHut' 'nii.' '<> -_ -- .. 4.0.01 s
wooden shack- I 'irJ u ---- "
could, Iwkept. if( N.llu'; .. ... 111,11 f
L day and detection. "Lot! him ti i t LJuiirtiT of SrrlUni I I. ,"i. iar a of County PonnMIoMiiuo '
il South.I Ultimo -"' ICnin runiiiitiinu' i timtlr, I tu i> .. that is without fault ca-t the first %'iti, HCIVM, mom or hw*. I i I I liouiH-M! . .otl"._1.000.00 1 'W'I..rln'r.
.; This is in acc-ord- the bake-shop and the dining hall Win, II. 'AndiTMon Supt' of the W J. EtTEKSON.'; : I IShorlir In..I. ., ."

opinionof Supertintenii all ? .. York Anti-Sal. stone. I of llradforil t",,many. ))0'1" ) <.. nf i>' jtmtra nml ,.Itn_... .
were spick and pan-thnt n tlu\'l I i\ : Umgno, vhoirantl K:. M. .IO1INS: i lai.atatv lnaalr&mi' 200,01 '

who has worked out und .showed no lack of scrubbing, !but the Vth.t54 (; Jury Indlftim-uts ctinrg- Allorni.y fur l'lnlnliir. S.3-CI-3- 1 l"a'a'i. t'/ ,'ti'ai'at, attiI. eomtlttac. .-_ 100,00 ','
1i)>: 'oTfry/ fxlortlon und grandaiteIby Slallnnprr. anil 4 .
honor I .. .... 1'I"ln"l.
i l'I.'e a simple system uildings themselves arc of wood -11".1! *'RII", .. O.OI t
inmates of the big State with wood floors '' I'ntil recently, tho hague : C I II II I.HTJU'SOOTlCR:; : OK 8AI.K <1..1, 1""". _,. n 11111"._-n.___. ..___-_--__- 500.00 ; '
ii'" presenting a difficult ;'aitH Kenerontil.v tmtiwriUtl to lIJ tL xttttgI II I llfri'lty iiiillco !I. ui\i>n tlint uniler gal) l b\' roqulrd by law anal pn M

l Itail'oni that has attracted sanitary problem as well ns a I ,-]"hn. .... -li .l.i/.lf...".....,...lI..r... -5,... virtu. of tlmt tlnul tlt.rt... of lorfclimuru "niHili. : Cot. by rmii.ly, ___....... 300.00 I
I littiti juiliii' of tha clicuit court In nnil I loiHiiulCoril ,' r..m"I.I.n. puald I (o OfTfrrra i
'i ii, attention. ,dangerous fire menace.Of toiinly. lortilii, .. in chiincHrv .t liiinu Tax nft....or -- ................1.1000'1 ,
II t 1011 recently will help greatly und no I .n thi i.th I Inc of Mnrvh. A. U. lliJJ 'l'ii'a iHtllratitr .__X___...l.HtHMtrt .
': all know there has been a the big 18,000 acre farm. but effort should be spared to acquaintthe in l TIIMM. of Ami.rlcnn AKrioulliln* Clii'iniCHl" .HherllT, uunfrnl. court work n. .------ 600,00 .t .t

.1.11 of talk lately about the 1,000 acres are under cutivation in a thousands of visitors who will be I Ci mat att.L"mi',itn>iii.:.: n.aI-l corporiition I hi', .>t
i'ners in Florida have been variety of truck and general farm I 'I'h.1 iitnliTMiMtuil.. Sam Siii..,inl,i MuHtar. vI Iiatta'r I I\PIHM.-H: of' primary nnd !no n oral ohio
in the Statu next winter with the fact Cot Hull I in fmnt of tho conilhoiiiiii. I In lion .........___.___....._. |tans an< .1
,mi we have come in for no crops. tint! while Florida was guilty in the Slnrki'. llrnilforil (ulinty. Klurliln.I ilnrlnii thikKnt Im.oftlnir ._--...........______.. soil) 00Kcounrtl ,.; m
from all luiuiv of unto 1 un, Momliiy.. Si>:i>:liinlit: c'l-o, criticism parts Live stock on the place consists of Tabert because she ,. '
case permitted I ItUJ!I I. I tu) > hlKhmt stat limt liliiilur for cnHli, ,

.titry on account of the bru- 1200 head of cattle of which about a county convicts to be leased to private tbu. fullomnu\: ilweritu.il. property, '""10''''' Inllunlfii.il Total t l ___ ______ __ _____1.011.00) .JI
I I 1 i iMinly, I Hull.hi.i li>-\vlt:
t of. two disgraceful and bar- hundred head are high grade and interests; and then brutally :Niiilluiint, titan I lava. of NurttwiiNt; UuiiiU.i, ', .::111\.; OP" It'atsKs: Il'sE: A : Diction IIi, Towiiwhlii 7. ItHniro 'ii I ICnMl. nU "lll'll 'I"I
I'al.tices-convict leasing and pure bred Jerseys and the balance treatod, she does not mistreat State SoiithiitHl,., ) ijuarUM', nf Nnrih, ...t.Ht Jiiiirti'r ..f Mttrllt ami liti t b.l.. orlm .
(mil __ ....._
L'twiw .IBOO.00
Station n. TownnliMi 7. Kuntfo11 I':...., --
grade and pure bred Angus and native convicts and that her penal Institution i ,iithi sail, mom or It***. (YimtiiltliH., cast hi II. iti rrltninnl riMr* 60(1,00
'
\ I-X Club of Jacksonville is piney woods. In hogs the count is in charge of a man, who, in rI4rew5 J h.: M. ..III11NM.Siiectul, Ma. .Ur. ( UiK I'rimlnnl of (Ia.HHMM> circuit. .Court,...cwt...._bill.____.In_ 00.00 '

I ..if twenty-five representative i U lOOt head of which the Poland spite of criticism, even ridicule, and I .1. C, 1'OITEM: t minty., J.I",.. COKI bills tn erliiiinnl' h-
_, ,
Snlk-itoi" for Comphilnnnt.! SI6IHIIMllll : I '""- -. __ _. __ _1.200.00) 4
and professional men of China breed predominates. More oflk-ial disapproval, has established, a .1.hmllrut I iliu pfui'tt, Cost bill* In crtmtnnl -

.- --.- mum .___. 180.00
It is a weekly luncheon than 100 head of horses and mules humane prison system that is highly KILLING PROGRESS (ontity i>ttMt'4'iilini.{ ,,)', convfalit .1 4'
und I R OK. U'l'l.1C vnilN HU T \ \ Httltl.Mim ,n ( ., .lujl .Ol..rn. __. 600(00 I 'i
:3000 Reds .
Barred Mocks .
over
Kiwanis and commended by the prison .
the. Rotary or greatest '\ ,, havo !txvn> llsti'iilni, ; I in. t tlic : HII HUN. 971 III- I UKNolltio ; (t.aaaaly, in'OMC<>IM'mtt au.innpy. ttunvtoMoit .
members during the month and White Leghorn! complete the list authorities and humanitarians in (ii.Ei: ( \I, S r \ n 11',1I fat,.. itUWlllltftB J __. __
,
slogan "Ilnllil .\oiir homo. .\1".1..11IIH1 I i: I in llrruliv. : illviill i : tlint MpurclmiK'i 'l. I. John,,. fat,,. ..____..__.______.1,400.01 810,00)
the Tabert case was the of domestic animals i and fowls. the land. I ,* of .lux cortlllcuto No Itl, ilntvil I tlu> ("mill, HtonoKrKpTirr In
,, !!! 1'iiiM' tt" million m\\ lioim. i.lh tiny' ,,f Junt' .\. Ll. 1UIII. him, II I.-.1 mil.I ILMTtiMcHti. HluirHF'H 1: : t'oiniiiiAHit r : ::. n OHNIMI 51.01

topic< of discussion i An average year's program: of farm .\" I sec it the need of KniCord is ,\1',1'i listening to Hint xlomm lh<' In my ntricn, mnl, I Inn ,iiuolu iiiilt) | Ivatvil .,-!.- _nlllf-_. elf.__ ,__.. I IBO.flrt .

these discussions! it was includes 2300, of with modern l rullon for tux duu") to bean ,in ,aerortiunaa't KtftUnir: prtiort*!** ......-..-......
: crops acres corn u concrete building plan, peoi'li' >fKnn u (great i roKritin III'cOlIslrUI'II,1t I % "h \\nv, Snlil oortlllonto L.iiibiiiftHi t tlu. (..I. 1'iiy::, or juior: tn orlmlnnl l ottsa., county 1.01 I

d 1 tnat the club take it upon velvet beans and peanuts betweenrows complete abolishment of tho stripes, ami I it would, linM1011- lowing. ik'Hcrilifil. timiM-rly.. Nituiiliul In Unnlfonl unit jiutlua pf-rtpo court ...._ 60.0Q ,

> sit the State Prison Farm 500 acres of upland rice, 2Oacres and a paved road to State HighwayNo. tinned t had not iiialorlnls I I In enrulwil I Lot@aaitlty four, lllock IMorlitn: iii, In to-wili Now: Klvi'iI'll., .,. mill riimiil niHtnrwunt Ht J"I. _- .___.. .__..________._____._ 4Hfl.o 100.00 p11'.
| haiti hi'lnv. MHHcwinl at the iliito "i.F I thnI ,pa-
i l' I id and note conditions under of sweet potatoes, 100 acres 1.The. I to almost prohibitive pileesama ; I Himnrf of inch orrtillrntu In I Ian iintnv" uf UnI R.Hi'i-vttl. coniltiiii'nuU'ii.l.OVO.OO t

I'' tners were cared for there of sugar cane, 200 acres of sorghum, I old ante-bellum stockade, and labor, ,1"1111111111.1111':0 i tiirrviiHoand I t i hiatt.I Itnli? I t:);.iN unlit rtlnCHto nlmll hu ri'iliM'tni'il lit,. TnUl' ___ __ _._ ..7.8HO.OO '

>'c.11I1 as far as possibe what 100 acre of rape, 25 acres of Irish potatoes wooden shacks, screened and screen- a (li>,creiiM" of working. \ I HimIt( r",i.iinic' to IHW. lax tk'i'il. will immu. tltitrvon ; ; : ; ; ; ;
..ii I tin.I, -'ml,I ilny nf H"I.I."I'r| | A I II. I IU'J'1i :!. NIH l( i ';uI\I.. "" I'4a11'l't'(1)Fi'.l i '
t treatment they get from and 30 acres of miscellaneous \less are out of harmony with the Is: now nliHnlii'cly ivrtnln (but tho :i V\ittn',i4 amy olficiiil, Hlirnntuiv nml mil. ala 11'MU'' 4 I ION ill "K 'I I UK '

charge. vegetables. 'I modern humane honor bullilliiK 1 boom will oensu Militant. on t Hi,. a ln| tiny uf Si.itvnil| >.'r, X. I) 111.' I.i. 1.1., t1 tI. HI I I" I MMIS I! I
i system.The I' ii.v.. AM>rcitU\N: Ui'iiliy m,tU-p a Kitfii' flat l Ii.> W. MiHtr
!.posed: visit was broached to At the farm is a modern dairy barn :State:> can well afford to, build these two great fuctloim agnlnplprosperity Clmk Clrrult a', : 'I'liri'lutHi't1: :, : (if I UN 'aila, oertiOinU'a: ; itaiila.ar..I) -
I x,.,l.ll..M-:!II J llrn.ll'cml\ ( ,.aitIv.n"I Kin, 'i. at''et|' ( I ly :JHO, ")tIll l< ant ii
mlent Ditch who said "come i four big 180-ton silos, a well equp- a good prison plant. The mere fact nail, i-rot-rms 01111 bo I. .. .1 HI [,. I\,::;\ I l.y. tin', 1 tolUtrior, of *. .
UlllllO to, N,'" tIme 1liiiLtiirut'rs' I l'tlIn. HII,ul, 1 .I.fk", .. 'hvliitr datvil.Inly .1 '
the merrier-dinner will ped poultry plant including two 3000 that it is used to confine offenders ,
mini' ; ,
i! u1'l( K IIP Al'l'l 1I'ln'l 1..11! TAX 1':1)OI'.IC : : .1 I 4. .IttJl. mnl liuvlntr" 'fit' il I r.nt.1. t.TllluuU'.iIn ,
m 'i you arrive." Accoidmjrlyi egg/: \ incubator, an apiary)', saw mill, against the law is no argument for 1'lic !building claim lumen I I':, MI' I I ION 3a OK.. 1IIK; my iiJlit, lass .h. ni.ilinntlin, fur I tux t ,1Si'.
.
l j
bveu I.LNI-KVI.: HrAliritSNotico "'tla I lu UHIK II ncrordnti*'" with In. .
of ice and cold electric the which is certainly 'ground< \ to powder.\ lie(. bun Mail '
i J. May was set and u dozen storage plant, present layout .rUI.pl. r.'pta'ait tlvtly umbriirr t Iho '
I tlint I W. K.: YnilinrriMiuh
to (give: 702 PKJH; In order to w-curn :!Is: linrt-liy: uUtrii : f.illimitt\ \ 1.,1.. I, l "'"UI''y. I l'l.rld.. ', .
mhership, several accompan- light and power plant, carpenter shop no credit to Florida. The word "prillon" I. i urc-hnirr> uf lncoiliflrHtu" N,.. HIU, iiftriitflHi.d| HI I ito( ilute 1..lf..1 I InrmiuifH uf ala, t'4- ',,
iliiu-.l, II",. lila ,.f July A. l II. lulil. him !II. .1
ilny
a plnstorer for of
I ono day I'I/ht ,'
> ttili'iiUii
/ I Ihv
blacksmith hop with reference to state in titu- a't II natnca ri'HiHHitivuly' hu.ln. 'I f .
'hi'ir wives, motored out over shop, cooperage I'd Miilil ii "'II rIt'sto in my nfflou nml .linn. ,iaaaiaan.IIta'aaloia ,
mill und rice and shoe fast out of "rcformatol' bourn' labor. I Ho hut to give :2.'t:: ; ( ,, fm' ,lax ,10",1| | to IWHIMI In ,"..,....h,,,.. ufiii1 I 'riiOiiiii'iiitrilcutiirly P No. teL fart'h., l lwit, : ii '+ '
i.ind new State Highway No. 1 grits shop.Superintendent tions is going use, ( > ? m pniliruci'a auto A In OW .c ,&
.1I.
Hull) ciitiflcut nIraiaoa tlni fiilliiMinit
I wit Ii Inw .
.
I'hldu'II'1'11111111' I tim 4' t Knit; lltitf of Huulh.-Mrtt. of (
( rs' iximuls qmirti-r
oII"llenny 1 and thence over an DUtch believes thor- )'" being substituted there *'iicb ti> ruy a imliiliT I u I I, for one iluj'H ,m I ",- ,'rl"011 in'itpi-rty .Mltiint. in llrinlfiiritt'oiinly sepia''h'n.1 (MiuliM*. Sir ii 7. 'I 1 a p. il. H U. H'JI 1

,., of road 17nrt oughly in the methods he has adopt for. Ignorance and illiteracy breedcrime. T\orU. Hit 1ms :: tlnrliiii. In wit:* : I last.:, i HP, nNH<>iiiti.il e.; K. 1 1..11,1'( S .
,1 Iv punk piece t to tfhu 17Mi buxbclKof Sari h wat wnililDi of Haa h".1 ll"'rI < rli I' I Ni 140 ,. I ll.ilf(. of A 1'

of which was being re- ed., When he took charge of the The modern reformatory of corn or a ) ears... ns-elptH' fn. >mnnibnir I Hi.rllon Tho. Hull I'2.,] Tl Inml, .II Imllitf Ii.. ,K., ai.n'aap'al 2U Kinit: .40(t .th......d.l.I..r I I'D I''f\ : NorlliiiihtWniirUr:" ; ; nf Sm.thraiit! ; 1' ,, '
( Ki .
7, U. I.
Jun.l.r. 94. H. M ft
.. mil after getting stuck in the State Farm five years ago 1 prisoners the future will educate the illiterate I hem>, to |I'>ny 'n !brlclibijer tin.* iHHimnro of attach earl a Cia'atto In tliu "...'., uHHt>....'.| irnknnwn.t ',1", ".1 .
for on" ,,11.1"11Yurk./ Ho hurt to furnlsli nf I'uaknaw at, tan .-.. unlit corllfli-mi I "."rlHi.HiiNi' 'I in 1 t-mbincva North Hnlfof '
I ,I few times finally arrived at were being handled by armed and by fair and just treatment' do 41. I'oiiml.s' of butter or tIme l Hlmll IN ri'ili'i'int'il. ai-conlintf. to law. .tnt ili-nt Nnrllmf>HtWunrtcr.. H..-.. al. Ti 1', 7. B. 1C. I. a

-'ate Farm on hour behind their guards and the lash was. more or less ''uch to eliminate the so-called, hardened output of 14 l'O\\8' fool miamI' iiiillc I I ,uill\., I II liwuo IViS Iht-nnm tint HIHh ilny of AiiKUHtI .tl II.. "I'ltRt I: |.I HO., air,....... ".,'..o I \\\\v\ ","Ih..r < S(

.lie.rii freely used in the punishment of of criminal a conspicious product for 24 bourn, In ordttr, to pay tbojiIumtT I \Vltm: >i.H my orfirliil HiunHlnri.. nml. ..'.1 till 11111.1..1"if Kul. 114.U that I Itli . 1U2'I I -
a day.Th a law, I tax iiWil l will |nHim thcrvun
writer preceded the party by fenders. Forty-one people were on jf the overage "prison" of today.In ( flintier him to give a bog" (i i. W AI.DbltMNN! '1.,111"'' I tth.
..IN. arriving in time to see the the pay roll, whereas the number today what way do the stripes aid in wt'lKulng 17."i: iMiiindM and rvpriwentItiK ('lirll\ Circuit. Court. Ilrnilforil fonnly.''ltll.ot.lIIlsorICK Fin. Hit,\.\ :it lilt:' .I'at allay,my of nlficlnl' .July' I A.lgflaaiaar I' IU.M., : uiul:: sa'aI thin ) ,

'.* i IIR squads, of convicts checked is eight, including the Superin- reforming a law breaker ? Some eight montliH' fewllng anil, ami i (i i. W ItKItMAN.:

that they should be continued III order to pay a carpenter[ for ono : UF API't ITATION FOIl TAX ".:v.n Clerk Tlrouit Court. ItrndtrI| < ...nlv. Fl. -'
tendent.
: "''r work on various parts of the argue day's! work. IM:: >EH tTTION Sit UK hIlt 'I.SKAI.I: lly C. A. KNK.Iir. S

I -' farm following their noonday That the new method is succeedingseems as deserved punishment. Still others How can one export pmicreHH andprrxpority (.KNKKAI!: lIT A rl1TIH!: 7-11-&t-it-lo: Ufputy Clvrk.NOTKlT .'

1 I' .H.. quite apparent to any who will insist that they make it easier to when time ImilOra tn lli.n'hy notlci IN irlvt, >n thii I). 1'':. Knlvht. ,
aunharadr..pa.atlv.li ]
puri'hiuicr of fine HHI| r rlillrat"w ? **
visit the andexercise In answer building nmbirlnlM on the onn, Hl ld 1.. ( 4,
fh4honor system at Raiford not take the trouble to place capture escaped prisoners. 811 and lit. luuud liy th INKciillicttir llrrfby' not let I. utvrn that I tat Itoiinl of '
that and the Inbur/ on tho other stale| | nf llmilfnrd county, Florlila, .nl.lrirtillciitni (' ...
of obseration. the former I would fur tlin Hrait-
ordinary rs > to say
: .. does away with armed guardsit powe I exploit from tbo would, builder luting::: ;lUtwl July 4th, 1021.1 huIllitil .,110, tn.Iu.t..I'' Klorldn.' will .Iy r,...|.' ..-.1..1| |

I, : has also eliminated the need oft \ the man or woman who must! serve u the lust cent Unit he run txtc anal Rniil arplloatlon cnrtillciil, for. In t.j(my diilii nIna to. anil UHU hammli InHiTorilnnc Itlttai for' thi iurahHnv of $4oOliOOO) of' hondaof ,

instead of being driven sentence in a prison or reformatory borrow? It In with Inw.Hitlil a llm county of IIr.M","l. Mtata of Ilnrl.I.. .
t: ml guards or foremen, so the sev- The prisoners an unjust tinoqimi up to anil Incluillnir' luy of S I j,
...ml of both men about like animals, in fear of the is punished. sufficiently. Why should l lIoci'ty and Infamous condition that eilHta ffillowlnu...rtlll.laniui",.In. papaaaatlv.Iy llrmlford county.nmliracMi Florid th* A. It. 111211!!!I. Haiti: ...: .'h I to I ha tlal I . squads! prisoners,
: .
I. H.H11, and to l Its of
am on
In this at that tlm .
country proxont .n"m".tlnn
interested even set out deliberately to further i, MMN, .4iiiid. at the dnt of th. fMuanc* of majolira.rlalia'ala's .. .
ai d wfmen, were checked out for lash or gun, are We ri
rh to prison-foremen, some of proud of their work, and submit to degrade the man who has fal1en'1As them ought to tw> In tho cities (if innftcr.' pnrticulnrly ni.t forth. "'-10"Northw" fr.ni ilntt. payahla at th irml-anniially' of nix ptr' on cantim January purnnnurn. -
.vrtincmt No. flit ftnihme
Those the second this land millions of dollars. worthof ( I lilt ami July l.t of frith : with inta'ra.ptcitalias
whom took their gangs to remote direction and control readily. to argument, escaping I Qnarli-r. rif Northwviit Quarlvr at South. Half yrar.
stiartacal. 'J'hv ami lna..rt
adVance convicts have difficulty in office and other kinds, of building I I of NnrttiWMit CJiiarlvr A Northant Quarterof principal
farm in the lower grades are eager to rarely irf HH|<| ar* iiayniilit *t th. bitnklntfiMiiiriv
"orners' of the big 18,000 acre .* erected but they cnnnnt txibullded Soulhv' >rt
nut t(, report again at the stockade and those in the higher grades securing a change of clothes duringthe whllo thore are thorn who 22 K.: IHn arrfa, .amiaat.asisI Mr. K.rlouth II. 1 Ih.a.aa.Half ofNaarPha4it clay .1 atat. l.n". N... York. l.nk I

ur-'il sundown. certainly don't want to go back. early stages of flight. are taking the last pound ft Qvttb ( stlilraaa.. :j, 'i..15H."h\1.1'\: 7. 8. It. 29K 'forty'h.thnuNand amount dollara of lM.mla, ami aI7.r.oI two |of'for Bald aalw bond I.. ,

that It should be remembered that all from the _U-I>o lm4U". ,. :., Hit HI-I-I. luiimiifd Mm. K. II. ).... ..
Blitch insists
dun of
Superintendent nrw and pnyabl on th ftrwt day Julyof
honor
the systemat ...
Some features of ITnl. ,.. laid ..rt.tI.. Bhall b. roIa.msaIiaac.araliaat '
,
rh and for the float .1.l v >n ( '
i wwry ynr i
.
make convicts not "lifers" and that society IHW. ,Ian iltwd. will UNO thereonon
his object and is to are ui .
purpose ,
Raiford include a six-months' pro yHni hcwlnninif' with the yttar IW24. and pn linn l-
ISa 1,1th liny of Auuu.t.. A. I 11. 11121.
and of those in is not benefitted by their incarceration ., with th0 I yaws 1UH1 and thar.afaa.r throf .>. F1 b'
bation for all new arrivals, better men women Wlln... my "1.1.1 aliinaturi sinaI aral thla .
period -- mild bond nhntl I" ilu and )'.hl. on I tat
able his charge. lIe believes that the outdoor unless at least some measure I the llth day of July. A. I). 1H21.O. tit** tlay of July' of vach and vry ysas (
with .
those that are physically W. ALIiEllMAN : { : j : )
until of anld 1 bond hav hfwti paid.' iMda t '
life led by the inmates of the of reformation is accomplished.This Error Hard to Eradicate. rinrk Circuit Court. Ilrailford << ..on.... 1'1.. : ,
terving this time on the road gangs ..1.""'" up ti two ,.I.rk I'. M. on
i SKA II By C. A. KNIUIir. wil
Error w.iarP iniotleully 1I..ured. nlxth ilay of' A. l II. haitI All bid. '1
fair treatment that cannot be done by AUI"ot.
the any process .
CUrk
7.1 .r..1II. ll.puty
work. Pro- place plus
it the heaviest, hardest und ij-r. are rftiilirfjd|, writhes I In un- .
when woundfd. I jmln : : :: :
above fol- is accorded them builds. up character that degrades and destroys self-re NOTICE vine., aeiira.aary .? aid laarI, IIHj"il"W tnHirtirtlnn
n>"tion to the next grade demise .
ILl 11I"1 Immediate rrltlel of hank ,
dtrtoH an a chfck *m onu th
if good and it certainly develops: them phy- spect, which is undeniably the para- Notlc In hirfb lIv..n that that undfrttlifntxlha In I 1 Hru'lford Mortdn. for
until county. nvm imtent
DWthe) probation period but la mibor. tiiith Wft know otlivrwlHe.Krror .bfrn aiM>'lntrd mlmmiiilratrit of thn ..- :: : I -
the newcomer sically. .. ,1 l > lnKturtle ..,.. of, J<.w Dtinif'h,rl.. ilH4ajml.. I.t.I....". of the Mrrmiint of thflr I'M. until ehi* kU I
behavior and ala < > .
warrants, 1 Is llkiu npltiile I tninp| Moriiln anal all erlltom, 1.1' kirn.. !*. nitvlw pitynblw' If II. Wiiiuinn, HA a.
wh..rhe There is prison prys.eian to look ititlmn"I < to ham on foruucoiiHcloniibli' ford counly.' all rt.ry nf ho.r'l .f pulilia Inntrurtiim for th* .
: nnw retained at the farm a ...... that r tug flmtribut and hair Hi law and iT uniy' nf' ", Hint-. of .. .. amatiaraata
Flnrl.
welfare and regular time I after It .* havlnic elaima or il *man las of
which he after their physical larigt f ha tlil I
i I' asigned to work for may 1'- tatat* will i rmmt thirin to th I,* unditr. ful .m"U.nr.
have that in religious services are held In the ought to 1'/:1111./ llama unture of the ..... duly. MiithAntlraUd. within on. ,.., ."I""lu.d.) .ml .h.1 t I. omiaMrriMl. lliui| .
had previous training or ilntirtl vnt a f th aicr'I'anc q ,
Sunday morning including Inactive P situation and die. rial. or th. aam will IH* for.*vir intrr..l.Itiatml !. :at ,.:I.n.rf"n.|i thai fuduro I n th* tart of 4 j,. ,
chapel every ti of A. 1I. .
th judgment of the Superintendent thla the llth ilay July, thi. ctimply with th. term thr_'. a'

h" n-ems best fitted to do. a sermon and Sunday school. All l 1.1.' | |.. stall I Ixmtff\ th,. Htnount ofiH.ii'U t(
invited to ittend till. .n l the tkm wham bldd cit
lh .
He his fidelity All prisoners are .
may, by proving NOTICE will cmni.ly with hi. bid.
: additional of ser- the services but none are compelled, liver Notlro i. )h h..h lllv.n that the followintf ilracrlkrd. land will b. aolil at public anctlonon Th. ..III iHHird nf' pul.tte I nut ruction r.. i "tb !
I'irinir period .
an : th KIRST! MONDAY In Al'OUST.! 10'J3. 1b.) cin.' th. illb flay of ial'1 month. l",,for. lhCoiirthoua ..,v. thy riicht to rfjxt any anal l nil Mdi.' S 5' '
vice move up through successive yet the attendance is invtumoiy .. J Door at Btark. In Ilrailford. Coon I., 1Ut* of Florida, or aa murh thoo...., a. I L. W. KM.KMI'Kk: i' t k ., a
will hi nvcnuary to cay th* amount due fur taxN art lM.po ila th. Ham, 1aflhr with th* 'It., Chairman. te1's
;grades to one that fits the well known large.It a ". have had trouble with coil ,>f' audi aal. and advtrtmnu. C. A. FU rcn. 'j.. CollMtor. I. II WK.GINfl.. 'l
i is quite impo'..;jle to "over the Sne.tary. '
;inson, term trusty where it is my 7.II.rt8-3 I .1"
an Inactive liver, wrote Mr*. Tai..
J'.derstanding that they not obligedto multitude of details .onernln.r. this S. Nichols of 4412 Spencer n..rI-"u...n ___ 5.5. T. H. .\. limited I have 4 t Notic. ( h..b' irtvttn that un and institution in 'space. rt"1--.r;; llk42" 1.t Co''a ubdK
wear the degrading stripes St., Houston Ttxas. "When of NEl, of NEV:: .______2" II 23 J'lliu' But,icr ._________ __ 2 II \ (rtun of that fifrtnin tvxtHtutinn t MUfl outfitMitt _
often with duties that merely attempted to tell briefly add '"- 2 22 M.... Runic: E Canova _...__ ill 41 I Circuit Court <>t' ir,l ''111'1. KtnHilA., .
are entrusted HIlt
rf this 'I I would !get constipated I would All ilkTomy.I."T.: ; Co'a--;--tub-----dlv--::::iil : 22 1\".. Con -------------------1 21J In m j*'rii ln cmutm whirrln A.1.0 *. !I. '

take them alone many miles from the something of the operati >n 0 feel a light. dizzy feeling In my I 1..1 Illk 7 ori. town .- _. -. ... -ZOn e 2a F Canova ... __...._______ 50.H/I/ plfttntifT$ and J. J. I arid direc- tans l.vlr l upon anI| will iIl tu, the hltrhmtnn ', '
.'ontr..I
the Tor of
and 8W
ft In
farm. big farm 'a head. To !get up In the morning r HW'lot' of inn BWli 'i S 22 F: W r>rlvir..r* F.., _______._. I.IIIU .l b *nt biildcr fop 'uhi In front: nf (ho murth J.' 3 ..a
Lest the get the idea tion of those whom iiisfortune has 0 in the head Rub 'Id' I. T Co'n- .--i idi-'----------S------- : ** M Kll.mon __.________.__ Jjnil ,>wm dfw.r In Htarliir. 11r4f.rl l county Klor S
reader may nand with a lightness and lj* J nik 4R. f. T Cat auh .dl2 a It Lucy EniclMh .............. t.10Flor I:tin. n. M find iv, Auvuat' tf. ltt* !
that life is bit too at the Prison placed in the State's 4 is often a Inw ii .Ifitnf sal.. (Iny. and; lM tw.fn th** .
a rosey a trembly feeling sign .Lou I 14 SU' Lota 2 11 Blk 13 :
nee.l .s for rmdern TI : -------------------q 22 .'nta '..,mu..h ......__ tl.IIKltrt hour nf ..). th. following. dt-nwrUit-d .'
outstanding a Cia. said
but I. S.
Farm I will add that I saw An that the stomach is out of order. p Lou 3 4 II of' IllS r Kulni. a.ld..2 1I. \ 'it in.nn ............. 4 M "'.'.. 1)'lnl anal b lnu In Ur.iford| .

two prisoners upon this occasion who lire-proof\ buildings. A lire cUd destroy For this I took Thed/ord't .,,.. f. N ut' talk C Ku.lnn'1. a
apparently belong to the class above many lives anJ convince the Black-Draught, and without a P Lot 1 of \HIlt_ 411 LT.. Co' ..ubLot'V4 g 2:1: Raymoml Jackson----------- sill malt Lila,.,. nf Northtfiut Quarter(.Jimrtar ; alia f
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trip .>f' lanai thirty f_t wicl the slat
who bitter n their "of IlV 82"lT T'V'Co "aubOn'f' aaa''.
thousands are
referred to. doubt can say I have never 211(j I 23 Edna Jackson ........___. t flU *nI of S..I.h 1,1f of HoiUhvimt, 4..r of 4),
criticism of Florida today because of ft" ".u.h..t <.) nf North..t Quarter ; all -
When the prisoner has advan- o4JI found its equal In any liver t ,ot ti'l'ft'E"' "W'br'j'oi '
vjho l''*>iiitc tn Rvvtion Tw.nty*.t. l ISSi>. ,, .
F Rhndn
ced from the probation grade fails to the unfortunate Tabert case, that e1 medicine. 1not\ only cleans N N *by S.M..h.Hin.t... AI.1..R....by*J S by HoyttlrM't Hvt ((5)) South: ftantr T .nly.i. o ((22));& : a

be good he will punished-not with Florida is indeed careless concerningthe 4 the liver, but leaves you in such _... -.-_ ..--.__.-..-..-.28 d Z* C I! Marko. ....-...... 7.73 BrmlforJ W. J. EI'I'JRHfN.III.rll County,:: t ..
"no" 13 14 as 3a iniMwIlnir.
11 sa
the brutal strap or the ball and chain, welfare of her prison population.The a !good condition. I have used P Lot n add ___.___--_-__211 8 23 0 II Mark ......- T.47 A. H. CIPWS. Plaintiff.
will r bigger WI.f Lou. I 2 2. all LoU 3 4 1.II.It8.3MAITFK'K 1
sanitary problem it long time. when food does
hut by being set back to the grade ...;: of talk 17 VH4' of .LoU 1 2 ft -
and such with each succeeding year in the old ... not seem to set well, or the .t.! lot 4 Hlk II In LT. Co' "AU. a
that his offense warrants P PuIIum .. .......... I (
the "t. dlv -- ._..-. ---.-.-.2'1 8 83 D ; ? 21.BI ir.r.by that und rr anti by '
privileges and amusements as are ac- wooden structure because increase stomach is a little sour. Lou .' 4 of Blk 3t L T ft Co. virtu of n"I...rtafn final d. nf for-cloa' S
: t 23 M a p:.fof.| ... 5.711 ,
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the population that -" ""--"-- ?- ii r t mad* and nt-red on July 3. IUK'L
I'jrded' all prisoners in good standingare in prison 1. .Utdif Bile 1 L T .Co' pub flinoral 1 A. V Ixtnir, J judtr of Circuit, (! .

denied him until he again demon will naturally follow growth of the C' I Ifitisn't II | o,.I!b 1 ---------------------2|'| 4 23Lo. John fark.r .............. 5.79 .ffaui.it f' Mra4irorl whfrvin county W K. FlorliU l Kniicht In(I. ,that i.omptalnant,. ".'/ '

will make it so. t n H C Richard ......._ H.07 .
strates that he can be a !good prisoner. State 'I -------------------2 and II. I. I",.n. d I 1' llovlll .".1 1.11.
Raiford institu- "< ar .|. | t>i. timlnraliinvd
Serious offenses like escaping, The record of the <* I I Thedford'sjitu I 1m.ut, rftV *--- -.-_.----.-----*'* 23 B E Snell ..?..-... 0.81 1..1 .aft! and if.mlanU.jII for sash. to th.* hltcriwtand I .
in the road tion during. the past four or fiveyears : Com at NE Cor of W- of KWUtr'i I h: hi,di lir tn front of th* eoiirthww
generally! draw a term Florida .. ,,' of' :NF-'l' ft fin W 2"0 ,""..r I.k.. flradford Bounty, r'loriil onMnrntuy.
gang at hard labor for the balance is one in which can 'tl '. '!. point of fcW. th.fic. 8 24? th day of Auirunt. A l 11. 19' a. ,
W LOS ft. N J4i ft. E 1 I"" th 1 loral' hour. of .al*.. for lbs r"irpo*. I.
"I, the time to be served. take pride. '.. .. -"- l\n 8 M Can.va. To.. na ._......*.. 4.11 .I.1..lnl.' lafit final I It will do much to offset the reputation .L.u'T"l"of 1 Blk"S4"L"T" C.'. sub .'.l r.al ..tut. In Bradford county Ito.
Upon Saturday nights a nu/Vinff/ BLACK-DRAUGH I Ii1 __ .2'1 I 22 Alt* M.rrfck ........-. 10.S1 Ida. to-wlt lpt
picture show is given in the chapel.: the state has gained through || .\ ,in :tiK' .l nt'K'-i "bVi.Ii."l.d"K"bTMrtl. : ..ull Half of' Lot Twv| of *U cilon n..*...
l leasing and the use Bt. S by. .tr.", W brAwUnoralanil In. 'r""h, Maven 8cuth. Ranif Twnty Spat
convict
and on Sunday after church services county .tr..t. N by C.! ... I... r..t *a.t and ....c by 210 foal'
there baseball in the of the lash in some ,of our lumber and | Liver Medicine ,,," ..Id' -- __-_ .--- -_- ,28 6 23C Win. Mondrn -... .30Win. north and touth. old ,. Anni, Simmon, IniIophwa'at
2s a game of the A bill at :-W Cor "r SWIa. ofSW clara., of' jail lot
stockade. A of :500; books turpentine camps. The visit & run E ft. S 415It i A. S riiEWS.
library Congress to the 44 18. : to .bow ....._28 Prison
and there should be more-is accessible American 9 \. LolA I 2 n 14 I... r. u ft '. K. KNIGHT.tl .
to the prisoners. The good farm during its Jacksonville conv n- Wa..u A IA 2E Ce .r EEL4 0' IIE'.2'' S 23 G'SwsaI ._ 3 JO <,h.itor fur Complainant. .fl-6t-8-J




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R\DFORD COUoiTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST :to I" !,
& EIGHT

r -- of the week.P. and B F. Rtfnfroe, !pureha *r.. of tax ..1. Fuur catch banlna. .
the first
to Alachua .... ,... ,,,,,.,. complet wiit" 'J-
Tit ERESSA ..orIIH... num\fo".1\ .1) P 163. I \l">nr.xlmately 200 lineal fi-ei 4r
11f .j : I M. Barefoot was visitor over ,''lT and '<". iMued by the tax collector' for I' 'inched in diameter.miroxlmal """
'!/ \ < .L.bm..5enaror'erm.Mlnnesota T /firaiiford. county, t loridn. Raid eortiticuui. No. ''ly 70 nO&ll..
\ Mrs.ForByth Cha-. i t"< Sampson Tuesday.Mrs. US being dated Juna 7, 1997. and aaid. crniniau :!4 \I inches 1 In diamotar.Approximately & '1O''r IIIe
Theresa. Au:!'. :3.- J. W. Ostcen, of High Sprintrs No It.;) bemw, dnU'il July 4. I 1SHS. and 2800 lineal feet
'r"
Mc'IriHf attended thi- aald ciTtillcHto" No. 107 being dmed July J. tKiilu.. ,_
ft : ,
spent the first of the week here visitniLr 1 .' unit 'ald oertincate No, Oil being dated Approximately 31 M. F Flittruciurib
meeting hero Wednesday night.IT. July I'Kil' !, hua filed raid ciTtificau* In my ) timber.pproximHtely ..loti
bbott.11"s.
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and doulfhterKlllhll.en -, '' her mother, Mrs. Emily 'itricu nnd hiut made apvlirntiun for tnx deed* .\ 3 M. F. B. v
W. I'uckhain :\ F. L. Colson, of Pine Hill, 10 IMUII In accordance. with law. The laid.. structural timber.Mrctlon .1otI
und :Margaret, motored tnliii.noavilli ptMtillvult'* r..I..I| )> embrace tho folkm- H' Clearing. and.
was here Tuesday enroute to Alach- mir lnn Wednesday.li .1 l the date of the iMuance of such
: tit Mnchun county line. .\1'1
: i Mmilt's.
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of too high), 1.1 {. I tillcnU'H in tho nfimi'R reaiwctiM'ly/ lierein- .
I! Brown, in charge to-nit
\ "n..n"i.ul"'I, act forth : \ppioxlmately 6'') ncies cUn
il ,. i .H..i-tlng' here, was called to Rui- :News: was received here u few days C,.,tilk..... :-;". OS embrace! Lou 1 I. S andS luni.-.
funeral sor.is .1.:;u of the erious illness of 31rs.' JO!!. Ulk .' in town of Mew. Ithur luteiiedL'nkm.u Approximately 6 0i.) i n.l, \ i
(
; ",1,1,) Thursday to conduct u.Ctrtlllcate. ,'r\i'a\ation.
,.I'crlr.: Dave Ca"on. | ..iiliarde, of Cakerslield, Calif. :Mrs. :<:0. 153 ombracn Lola' :, 4, BlkM .\roxinintely| 210 culmMI..
,
< < 'i.i, liarde will be remembered here in town of Now: River aa.et.ed Unknown. cuncrcfie' for structures.Approximately .
\li--i, ;NVitlic; Youngblood was a vis.ti.r <:,'rttI.Mo, :-;". 1"? embiacca Lots 7. "*, KUDUO ) .,un,
i :Miss Slyrta Morgan and has many Illk I"* in town of New Kiver, aanvmrd 1. M.Certlflcute stiei.Fhe: f
tu Hampton Saturday. '
Unrnow.' catch baalna cnmp', :< < >
Koon and chiltlton 1 1'1 .ends here who will he (dad to No. !HO embrace.* Lot \t', Blk 0, Approximately' 180 lln.n''" :. .
Mrs. Henry
::\ItIInd '!'HUM she is impro'inw.J.il"ingstoll In lonn of Niw Hlvor, S... 23, Tp 0, S. It.M 12 Inches:: In diameter.Approximately\ .
I left Thursday fur their home in Kant. a..eucd Unknown. I 2nn Hnenl f, ,
and Wilson Ross, Ccph- ('nit** Kald certiltciiUia, ahall bo redeemedHrci.rdini If Inches In diameterApproximately .
]1'unta Gonlu, after vicitinpf/ her par- to law, tux deed will liisue there.in 8400 1'mii1'
Mr. und Mrs. J. V. Padgett, of us Harrell and Koyce Gainey were on the :'Ird day of September, .\. D. 1UJI.WitneM :I. Irt'Htle pllea.Appmxlmately.
nits, \ i iiitors to lleilbronn Springs Satur-: my otTlclnl mirnaturo and feul thia 7S M. K. B vttiial
of A. D. 11123. timber.uprnlmntely.
this section. the lot day Augu-t. .
"hiv afternoon.K. O. W.LDEH'lfA:< \ S M. K. llMiurttirnl '
E. .S. :Sibley visited relatives in Clerli Circuit Court, Ilmdfonl Oiuntt. FlK.iSvali timber.ll .
Hall Frhla '. A. 'V..ek"VIIS a visitor to Ala- By C. A. KVIUlir. \ work to be done in n
Putnam ) h'm' Thursday afternoon. i..a.5tai _Dei) Mrs. H. J. Phillips vinitcd her parent --- "provisions. Bpoclul prov4s.ons: ,
:Mr.: Lewis, of Arcadia, spent last :NOTICE; TO CONTRVCTOHS I Is..Rlrd and pixipoMal, and contract
Sundn .
al MIddleburg ) '\ rertined. check biddci, ,
I l buU will he rc Uid by the Board!i or a I Ifd
Mr 'k here visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jno. on the attached form. In i luMll'l
The many friend of :Mr. und ; of Uunil Ti,UHU'"MI of Bradford County.; Maruln. i
.
mntle. niivnhle lo I E:: !' M'
of tho board <
It. M. Hcriey will lie pleased to learn \ :--hri'er. at .Starke ftt thi': ntlice t"Wliln.: of tho until secretary 2 o'clock: p m. ofJvptfmbei mono board of bond trustee*

that thuir little daughter, Beatrice, is. H. P. Gainey was visitor to Lake 4. li'Ji:I. nnd at thnt time ,publicly, cuitnty.. 1 loridn, must acr<"nn, >
riM>ncd. for, thi> follow inv iti' 'm., improving: from n period of sickness. I Butler last week. Komi N<.>. 1 1'\ in II rod Cur' : ', /. "i ''I .pectficatlona. .;
m iv Ix I'Minnnt'd' \ nt the >|T|
Mrs. W. W. Paekhnm returned to :: \ Drnlnuvuluictufes StatUoiTi'viniau ciiirincei. 'iilnl may IM* rtimu ..1)
,,, I.,,,, "'j 1I'ld", ... I"w'.y' ,,, III"h"nd.1'" t I" ,tli,. .u.." KiDollar...
her home here Wednesday after visIting II.\M1TON I i. Tiuth 32 milra1M The "nirht' is resened to rel.i.l -
\ h IQ0 cubic 'ar.l. Clam "A"concui
"roMmut) ) -
her sister in Uainosville. r"1'II.ur., .
E 'S" \'I "
W. G. Seal, of Jacksonville-, herewith Hampton, AUKUBI U.-Mrs. \V. P. \i".l"i"A mnt-l> I lo'')UU i-uuiids iiitif ircmirMtC'l. r. .\SrcrplanFARMER. n TCH..

a part/ of friends on a fishing ISirt and son, Marvin: of Louise, were

trip. I ti-iung' here Tuesday.Mr. .

\V. :M. Hitll, of !Miami, arrived hen- I : and :Mrs.V.. A. Duhote and

Saturday to \ixit hi. )parents/ :Mr. and family, of Starke :Mr. and :Mrs. J. I. ; M R. !

Mrs. M. Hall.Mrs. )Duhose, \\'orthillA'ton, were the

L. G. Sibley, of Putnam II nil, Bursts of Mr. and.} :Mrs. David Jones

visited lier son, R. :S. Sibley, Saturdny. unf ar. Do you realize you anthr most other -"eason; and we: beliswev .

Victor Allen and, family, of Bu.hnill important) man of the \\orld tndu>" '.' will 'Inno counti i

Among those Attending the Chri.stiun were quests of his parents, Mr. Do > ou knuw that it i is A i >U: that 'in b'at u' for truck
convvntion at Hampton Sunday, I und :Mrs. J, Allen. hhoulj be the most independent of fertilizer will make l h

from htre were, C. A. Youngblood, Mngnus Johnson Mlnnenota's new 'dlrtfarra" Senator taken off :Mrs. :M. K. Manaire\ had as guests all men. Instead, there ore others. for all who use it.

Ncalie YouiiKblood. K. C. Ileiberger. Ills coat and expones! hlx gallow p when he has a mwnago to /set Saturday and Sunday, her son and who are less important that hold that We want our county to c m.

llillIJlllrguret; lIeih..rlt"rIrll.: J. K.Owslcy :. cross Inm-rt photo U of :Mr*. Johnson who thinks sho will stay on wife, Mr. and Mrs. !Manaire\ of Jack rank which belongs to )'ou. Why? what it ought to be and ,
: we < It
and family, Klani-hu Hump the farm vtltn their six children! when! her hutthuud goes, toN Walihlutton sonville.
"tfWRW. Nothing in the world but
take his Rout In the Senate at the next Botmioa of Conn re**. ", management will if every farmer will wm< !
hrey.- Frieda. Cloversettle.. GertieSwinclcl E. Dauitherty and family, ,of and the lack of proper judgment begin/ to realize that he i Is a I, <
G. W. Ilmson and, daughter, the
-- - -- Starke attended county convention in securing your needs.
the county's success or fail U 1">
Gertrude. tending, to business here Thursday I at Kingfley lake. nt the Christian church here on The American Agricultural Chem

The meeting. conducted. by Itev. R. afternoon. I J. Jo'. Turner, of Clayno was transacting Saturday and Sunday.W. ical Co. have gotten out a little book I>o not be easily led to pu !

L, Brown and. wife came to a close I Mr. und :Mrs. C. J. Crows, of Bradford I business in town one day of P. Birt and family, of Louise, let that we feel sure would be of what you need before you .
gate that ,
see are getting
/ ; you ) i. "
Sunday night. While here they organized are moving here this week. They last week. were visitors: here Saturday. much helpful aid to our farmers in
in value for each dollar
a Sunday school and a woman's will occupy the Crosby cottage recently Messrs. A. B. Surrency, C. N. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Andy Sparks, of Bradford if they would follow its lay. spent i

missionary lIol' ety. There were ten vacated by 1C. J, Lewis and H.I M. Malphurs, O. A. Jones and 1 1R. L. :Mounteochu, were business: visitors teachings. For a long, long time .

additions to the (hurch, nine of whom family.Messrs.. Gainey were transacting businea here last Saturday. these fertilizer people, known as the Let us all get busy and mak<< ':e

were baptised 1'riday afternoon.IIUOOHKIt in tarke Tuesday. The union meeting at the Chris makers of the well known A. A, C. best effort possible for our 1921
: K. B. and S. V. Andreu
were transacting business in Gainesvilel Mrs. W. M. Harrell and daughte, tian church was a Treat success. Rev. brand fertilizers, have been taking The writer solemnly believes th< a

I and Palutka Monday. Geneva, of Bradford, were in tow R. L. Brown preached at the morning an active part in the advancement of market: will be better than evci "

shopping Saturday.G. service to a larjre congregation. the farmer to a higher and a more the close of the world war. Thi. ,r

lirookcr, Aug. ,').-P. A. Crosby R. A. Weeks spent the week-end Dinner was served at the noon hour profitable plane. Ask any man who that has something can get

upunt' part of last week in Chattahooehee. with his family at Kingsley lake. Z. Colson wai transacting bus to three hundred people. Sabbath has ever availed himself of their advice thinar.
Mr.! and !Mrs.\ J. J. Morgan and son, ness in Starke Friday. -
school at 3:30: p. m. was unusually interesting. and he will tell you that he hasalws's Remember these words ann _I.t
of New River
Clarence and :Mrs. Millie Gainey attended Eugene Bryan, wa
whohuvo ,
ft.: U. Lnrramoro and family, Mrs. R. L. Brown lectured been
here Monday.D. greatly pleased with result busy, using all the time ynu, ''e.t
hero for church near Starke Sunday.J. I
been relatives
visiting to a well filled house at 8:30.: Her
.
judgment and watch
yourself
Ilr
the month have returned to W. Tinholster, of LaCrosse, was J. Byrd, of Graham spent Fr i
past the "Benefit of Home
day here with friends. subject was We surely hope that our farmers from now. }Yes here in Bra'it! '1
their home in St. Petersburg. transacting business in our town last Training." She handled .the subject will be able to use good fertilizer an- count)..
Mrs. A. B. Surrenc-y is visiting relatives week. Pine Hill lodge; No. 0, F. & A. M, I with marked ability and gave each

in South Florida.K. :Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Powell\ and will hold its regular meeting Saturday one present something to study on.

II. Anderson, and wife of IJrutlntown children of Cooter! Pond, spent Sunday afternoon, 3:30.: S. R. Johns and family of Starke, > c >- ..--- __
spent lust week here with here with his )parents, Mr. and I Cantey Oliver and. Iva Colson, oPine Mr.\ Sapp, of Long Bridge, Messrs. [r "

relatives. :\1 n. Sowell.n. I Hill, were visitors here Saturday '. Crews, :Miller and :McKinney, of Lake h

Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children are J. Lewis and family have moved afternoon. Butler, and many of the Theressa : Way to Own a

Hp..ndingI few weeks nt Kingsleylaic. in their homo recently purchased of Miss\ Havana Cone, of Alachuawa people attended the convention here ,

J. R. Groover.Jno in town Monday.Mrs. Sunday. t '.-Jrk"{ ;;(. {

C. A. :Mark., of Alachua, WIIMIt.- I Shriver is spending a while I, W. Pinholster was a visitoEtiosiette I The business visitors to Starke on *J.. iI....... ".

--- :Saturday were R. L. Dirt nnd family \\, t.. ." \
-- --- --- )
E. J. King and daughter, N'ovllla, i :" 1
RICHARD "LLOYD JONES :Miss. Ada Nimmo nnd :Mrs. J. P. Sul I ; '..

SAYS livan.Mrs.. Ii, ONE-TON TRUCK
: J. C. Branncn and daughter, '

:Marie, of Jacksonville, were guests of 'I' I,

I Power is Within You :Mrs. Branncn's mother, Mrs. M. E. 1, Here is a chance for you to get started ''II

y:A..eu; }. -- :Manaire, Saturday and Sunday. I' toward greater profits-or to build up a .

Any Prof. PuMil, of Gainesville, spent ;1' business of own-and it costs only :
quoitioni / ;
on cltijuellawill your
All men biivo a love of power hilt not ail equal cnpnclty to itruilfy It,
Tower U nomotbluit more than mere eiiuricy ; It Is u Ulrectetl force.Whatever be gladly antiocreit inthii Sunday with friends here. $5 to make the start. Ii'
teUHjou the ateaiu ,vauice ou a lowinntlvo( may show, the putf. nola column
a llfiJons' thing without a brulii-trililed baud to move Its throttle. ., care of this newtpaper. school. at Gainesville, spent. Everywhere, Ford One-ton Trucks and

Towert\ forco under coutrol. The waterfall i* wasted energy| the week-enj with her parents, Mr. Light Delivery Cars are saving more than
barupNiietl to wheel It mill
a produce* !power. I
and Mrs. L. A. Wheeler.
Concentration Is the M'cn>t of power 11 Itch your energy to some Dear AlMa If a young lady IsaskeU i this every year for their users. So as soon '
to go ou a picnic with Miss Wilma Alexander has recently I
flxed a man.
purpOHe. as your truck starts it will
who furulslies tho luncheon inn I visited ir VnHu. running quickly J
To be noble Is to powerful.. Negatlvo guodness Is never a contributing lady ; take of the
or gentleman
?-Thanks. B. ({. care purchase and add
goudiifflit ; positive\ goodneM II!. Tosltlve goodnemt has purtioao.Knurgy Mrs. W. A. King, of Palatka, was price ,

: put' to purpose Is power. The gentleman. The (person ex a business visitor here :Monday.Mrs. I new profits as well.It .:i iII

This worM always makes way for tho man of power and bo makes tending ati Invitation\ U always tile M. 1.. Rowley, of Green Cove '

room for nlan). So does. runt power direct for jtOOl!. one to see that things are ready. Springs, was the guest of her parents 'i will widen the area in which can do
The of greatest who to the world However, as a man usually has you
men power are they give a no
'
Mr. and Mu. Jasper Allen this week. business enlarge the number
of
facilities for customers
spiritual rather than a material force.Napoleon putting up a meal the II
was great buvauiw Jill directed bIll power to make himself! lady should ask if there Isn't something Mrs. J. C. Dubose and son, of Vero, you can serve-and keep your delivery costs ':

a crowned master of men. nlie can do or something she who have been visiting :Mrs. Dubose's : I down to the lowest ''t'tI

Lincoln was. great because he used bis power to mako men msstwrsof can contribute.. parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. David Jones, point.
themiwlveH.Christ .
) was tho greatest because He used Ills power to spread Uw If a girl meets a young man with have returned to their home. Start now toward the ownership of a Ford

Klory of the Golden Itule over the world, teaching men that they serve whom she 1s acquainted on the Herbert Horn, of Louise, was a I I, Truck
I themselves best when they serve others. street should she say anything U business visitor here 1'rlday.SHAW or Light Delivery Car-use the
Ills example brings to every man, woman aDd child the simple be Is talking with another giriJ..-
leiuion that In all the world thtve Is no sweeter thing iliaD a soft and Ii. 11. !;
gentle jmwer which unceasingly works for the good of many. NOT GUILTY i Q thmt 1l
tia\ It Is that they who have the most power In the wotuj are they It Is quite proper for her to stop ,

.who are most generous In heart. and speak If she wishes but nnoally The case of C. N. Shaw, charged
Tower have too .xpreulon for Its opponent I* graceful If the last smiles :1
cannot gentle an pore or : :
with of "certain domestic Under the
Iways weakness. cows her bead In recognition. larceny antnols terms of this ,

,, Manhood Is measured by the use made! of Its pow.. .a\. . to-with, swine," was before III 500 Plan, we deposit this I''
In a letter from a yoaog lady In Judge Green lately for the second
Copyright 1928-B1 Richard Lloyd) Jones. Connecticut. who Is going to make 1\\ money in a local bank at
time.I Shaw and
pleaded not guilty, :
a visit. IIbe says : "Mj friends ar II interest. Each week
Catholic anil I want to know whether ,i jury of the following citiens was you
I should attend my own church. !worn in to adjudge in the case; J. ,.1'I add a little more this also draws

which U rrotpHtaut. or mo with :\ Minton, foreman, L. R. Edwards, interest. And in a short time the I
them. If I go to their. ehouM\ I
O@ >** conform with their tK'rY1..70-MIIII E. Glisson, Newn Jones, J, K. Har- II: "I truck is yours to use. Come in and

A. It. Coun.It ria! and Marion Carter. They found 111\\ let us give you full particulars.J. .

he defendant not guilty and he was II .
woiilil be very grncloun of yon "
lischarged.
-- to attend your friends', church. Thechauota

am that they will ask you ; I
If you have any preference. Then E. M. Johns spent Wednesday in
While uicu ain't over-auxlous to acquire : ;
mention your own. :'0. It would Jike Butler. ANDREWS. :'
a pair of wings It's a laudable ambition not be Decennary to conform wlta ::1 JR.

to aspire to better thing This /, their Mr h...... NOTICE .... I"- Aulhoriz..d"O..aler ::,
world ain't aynerRlstlc with a life of -. Notlo* {I. heroby given to all pffraofu tnrrratxt LINCOLN. i
./ in the n>,law of Laura Whltvhrad.wiuml Ii.' 'I FORD. FORDSONSTARKE.
snowy white nhe'll spot yer robe with ;;; .r I E IHELPFULHEALTHHINTSJ' of Bradford county Florida that I, ;:; FLORIDAVAG' "
:
Re""hcca Whlt<>h..d. vuantian, of Cecil W hit- I
bloiMl-smenrs." or she'll blind ye with her ..' ;: 'rail nnd Eunice Whltohrad minor*, will on ::-:
ulltllt. She kcvps a special nmudiopotfer \" Eye Lashes-A little yellow vaje- tuituit SI. A. 1>. 123 at to o'clock In the I' -"' .
/ norninir. apply to the Hon. R. A. G..n.
line applied to the
the eitry worldly-wlii', for the salutllmt III \ \ eyelashes each ,ounty judir* of Bradford county Florida, -
of bratfunrts Is the bluitest bum ofIli night will improve their growth and It thtt courthoiaM In Starka. for an nnlern i
$ beauty. .*ll at prlvat aal* all rltfht tltl and inrmt -
<<. Hut from the meancxt hovels to thepalaces <)' of Cell Whluhrail and Eunic. WMl.rad '.-
minor helm of th. aald Laura Whitrad. *- :
of king*, we Und the admonition Removing Dust-A paint bruih _........,. In and to tho following nam-
to aspire 'lo better tliintc:*. It's a -.ea lined m place of a dust rag can get >"d nunty.rral .Florida*t.t.. ,altuat to-wltl* and lying In Bradford ,

simple pltve' of business to Indulge tttt the dust in crevicei where the dun All of Lota 7 and 8, Block two. Town of
Lawt. Florida, alua all of Lot 24 Gut
y
cannot
tin- raj
honest 11",1.' nht'n she craven lilghervlrtuot
alao of Lot
I..t.y. Florida ** at on acrv
that the iK'tll, \ can't control II I. Eaut l.awtey." Florida, aUo the Eaat Half
nnd It's. inUbt). nUli a certaiaty on which Hair-Brush hair .f Potith Eaat Quarter of Nonhwoat Quarpr. -
.
your thorough : S..,. 22. fp. D, Rang* tl Eaat. containing,
we can ....p..II.I-lt we more our bins tvlthgrittltiiile. I ly. Brush! It twice dailv-night sndornipr !0 acr<.. mor"* or 1_.
tin- I.ur'l "lli tic our frleiutnhlrh -- .
Then whi>n v<>r 0'1 have RGBECCA WHITERXAD.uardlan '
I "'"el.. to tlio cout.Iiioii-11): that ill fei'J him' 'innjiuch-*.. j. ... tbs ] of Cacll and Eunice. Whiwhnd. mt.nn. -
.., "'St881mTICI
an'l to luti.hoUx'nki -
; sol't-r tlilnkln hrlflgsWe: : \ \ tht
v "
ri, .i. I ii'n, ou; fcr !betrrt thin i. 3 r A. i r .00ft !: Of APPLICATIOM FOB TAX DEED
IM: >ER !FCTIOV 5TS OF THE
11:8.-1): "'[ GENERAL STATUTES
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